William Niemann

M, b. before 1823
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationWilliam Niemann was also known as Wilhelm.

Child of William Niemann and Margaret Bredfeld

Margaret Bredfeld

F
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationMargaret Bredfeld was also known as Margaratha.

Child of Margaret Bredfeld and William Niemann

Peter Hasz

M, b. 1799, d. 9 February 1877
Father*Peter Hasz
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationPeter Hasz was also known as Hastz.
  • Peter Hasz was born in 1799 at Hanover, Germany.
  • He was the son of Peter Hasz.
  • Peter Hasz married Rebecca Karstens, before 1834.
  • Peter Hasz died on 9 February 1877 at Westfield, Sauk, Wisconsin, also reported as 05 Feb 1877.
  • His estate was probated on 17 February 1877 at Sauk, Wisconsin.
    Probate of Peter Hasz - Sauk, WI - died 09 Feb 1877
Census DateLocation
29 July 1870Westfield, Sauk, WisconsinPeter Hasz was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census at Westfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
     Peter Hasz left a will on 27 November 1876 at Sauk, Wisconsin.
Will of Peter Hasz - Sauk, WI - 27 Nov 1876

Children of Peter Hasz and Rebecca Karstens

Citations

  1. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 22. Dwelling 169.

Rebecca Karstens

F, b. 28 November 1813, d. 9 July 1904
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Namebefore 1834As of before 1834,her married name was Hasz.
  • Rebecca Karstens was born on 28 November 1813 at Hanover, Germany.
  • Peter Hasz married Rebecca Karstens, before 1834.
  • She died on 9 July 1904 at age 90.
Census DateLocation
29 July 1870Westfield, Sauk, WisconsinRebecca Karstens was listed in Peter Hasz's household on the 1870 Census at Westfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
5 June 1880Westfield, Sauk, WisconsinRebecca Karstens was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Westfield, Sauk, Wisconsin, Next door to Christ Hasz..2

Children of Rebecca Karstens and Peter Hasz

Citations

  1. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 22. Dwelling 169.
  2. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 8. ED265. Dwelling 66.

Flora Niemann

F, b. 17 August 1872, d. 1959
Father*Henry Friedrich Niemann b. 21 Mar 1839, d. 11 Mar 1901
Mother*Anna Margaretha Hasz b. 24 Apr 1847, d. 8 Oct 1912
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationFlora Niemann was also known as Laura.
Name VariationFlora Niemann was also known as Dora.
Married Name18 September 1910As of 18 September 1910,her married name was Schanberg.
  • Flora Niemann was born on 17 August 1872 at Loganville, Sauk, Wisconsin.
  • She was the daughter of Henry Friedrich Niemann and Anna Margaretha Hasz.
  • Flora Niemann married Rudolph Schanberg on 18 September 1910 at St. Peter's Church, Loganville, Sauk, Wisconsin.
  • Flora Niemann died in 1959.
  • She was buried in 1959 at Westfield East Cemetery, Westfield, Marquette, Wisconsin.
Census DateLocation
21 June 1880Westfield, Sauk, WisconsinFlora Niemann was listed as a daughter, Dora, in Henry Friedrich Niemann's household on the 1880 Census at Westfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
     From 1988 biography of Margaret Stowell: "When my mother was about 16 years old she went to Reedsburg to work as a maid, later moving to Madison, working in homes there. She was last employed as a cook by Dr. and Mrs. Peabody Daniells, a University professor, spending the winter before her marriage in Sanford, Florida with the family."

Children of Flora Niemann and Rudolph Schanberg

Citations

  1. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, pg 24. ED 265. Dwelling 206.

Bertha A. Niemann

F, b. 6 October 1875, d. 26 June 1952
Father*Henry Friedrich Niemann b. 21 Mar 1839, d. 11 Mar 1901
Mother*Anna Margaretha Hasz b. 24 Apr 1847, d. 8 Oct 1912
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameMarch 1918As of March 1918,her married name was Baumgarten.
  • Bertha A. Niemann was born at Wisconsin on 6 October 1875.
  • She was the daughter of Henry Friedrich Niemann and Anna Margaretha Hasz.
  • Bertha A. Niemann married August G. Baumgarten, son of Friedrich Baumgarten and Wilhelmine Katherina Henrietta Estorf, in March 1918 at Iowa Announcement is made of the recent marriage of Miss Bertha Niemann of Madison and A. G. Baumgarten of Loganville, which took place at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Carl Kuethe, Waverly, Iowa, Rev. Emil H. Rausch officiating. The couple was attended by the bride's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Niemann. Mr. and Mrs. Baumgarten left on a trip to Florida and will be at home to their friends after the first of April in Loganville. (published in The Capital Times, Madison, WI, 09 Mar 1918).
    Bertha Niemann - A. G. Baumgarten marriage announcement 09 Mar 1918
  • Bertha A. Niemann died on 26 June 1952 at Wisconsin, at age 76.
  • She was buried after 26 June 1952 at St. Peter's Lutheran Cemetery; row 8, Westfield, Sauk, Wisconsin, St. Peter's Lutheran Cemetery
    Westfield Township, County of Sauk, State of Wisconsin.

    Row 8:
    BAUMGARTEN: Bertha Niemann 1875-1952
    NIEMANN: H. F. March 21, 1839 - March 11, 1901, 61y 11m 20d, Co. I - 12 Vol. Reg. of Missouri
    Anna M. April 24, 1847 - Oct. 8, 1912, 65y 4m 14d.
Census DateLocation
21 June 1880Westfield, Sauk, WisconsinBertha A. Niemann was listed as a daughter in Henry Friedrich Niemann's household on the 1880 Census at Westfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
3 January 1920Loganville Village, Westfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinBertha A. Niemann was listed as wife in August G. Baumgarten's household on the 1920 Census at Loganville Village, Westfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
7 May 1930Loganville, Sauk, WisconsinBertha A. Niemann was listed as wife in August G. Baumgarten's household on the 1930 Census at Loganville, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
27 April 1940Baraboo, Sauk, WisconsinBertha A. Niemann was listed as wife in August G. Baumgarten's household on the 1940 Census at Baraboo, Sauk, Wisconsin.4
     Bertha A. Niemann had zero children. She and August G. Baumgarten lived in 1935 at Loganville, Sauk, Wisconsin, as reported in 1940 census.

Citations

  1. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, pg 24. ED 265. Dwelling 206.
  2. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED171. Dwelling 39. Sheet 2B.
  3. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-22. Dwelling 36.
  4. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1940; Census Place: Baraboo, Sauk, Wisconsin; Roll: T627_4523; Page: 15B; Enumeration District: 56-2.

Henry George Niemann

M, b. 11 November 1878, d. 2 December 1964
Father*Henry Friedrich Niemann b. 21 Mar 1839, d. 11 Mar 1901
Mother*Anna Margaretha Hasz b. 24 Apr 1847, d. 8 Oct 1912
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationHenry George Niemann was also known as Heinrich G.
Name VariationHenry George Niemann was also known as H. G.
Census DateLocation
21 June 1880Westfield, Sauk, WisconsinHenry George Niemann was listed as a son in Henry Friedrich Niemann's household on the 1880 Census at Westfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
13 June 1900Westfield, Sauk, WisconsinHenry George Niemann was listed as a son in Henry Friedrich Niemann's household on the 1900 Census at Westfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
15 April 1910Westfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinHenry George Niemann was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Westfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
2 January 1920Westfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinHe was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Westfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.4
5 May 1930Loganville, Sauk, WisconsinHe was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Loganville, Sauk, Wisconsin.5
     On 12 September 1918 at World War I Draft Registration, Sauk, Wisconsin.
Niemann, Henry Geo - World War I Draft Registration Card

Children of Henry George Niemann and Emma Dorothea Steckelberg

Citations

  1. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, pg 24. ED 265. Dwelling 206.
  2. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED149. Stamp 144. Dwelling 97.
  3. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 130. Sheet 1A. Dwelling 10.
  4. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 171. Sheet 1B. Dwelling 16.
  5. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-22. Sheet 1A. Dwelling 16.

Patrick E. Croal

M, b. January 1843, d. 25 May 1917
Father*John A. Croal b. 1786, d. 20 Mar 1875
Mother*Catherine Clinton b. 1792, d. 25 Jul 1871
  • Patrick E. Croal was born in January 1843 at Leitrim, Ireland, Patrick is the yougest child of John and Catherine Croal; also reported as 30 Jan 1839.
  • He was the son of John A. Croal and Catherine Clinton.
  • Patrick E. Croal married Maria Daly, daughter of Patrick Daly and Jane Moran, on 8 April 1891 at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin, also reported as 08 Apr 1892.
  • Patrick E. Croal died on 25 May 1917 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, at age 74 Patrick Croal died at his home in this city on May 25, 1917, of nephritis. The deceased was born in County Leitrim, Ireland, on Jan 30, 1839, and came with his parents to this country when he was three years old, settling at Whitewater, Wis., where he resided until about sixteen years of age. He entered the employ of the C. M. & St. P. Railroad, making his home at Duluth until twenty-seven years ago, when he decided to turn back to the farm. In 1891 he was married to Maria Daly of Winfield, and purchased the farm on which the family made their home until March 1916, when they moved to Reedsburg. Surviving him are his wife and children: one son, John, and five daughters, Jane, Agnes, Mary, Rose and Reta. The funeral was held at the Catholic church in Reedsburg, and interment was made in the cemetery at Winfield, adjacent to his old farm home, and where other relatives are laid to rest. The requiem mass was celebrated by Rev. Fr. Kiernan, assisted by Rev. Fr. O'Rielly of Baraboo, and Rev. Fr. Campbell of Elroy. Rev. Fr. Condon of LaCrosse delivered the funeral sermon. The deceased is the last of his generation, which included a large family. The family has the sincere sympathy of the community in their sorrow.1
  • He was buried after 25 May 1917 at Calvary Cemetery, Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, listed "Father". Tombstone lists birth year of 1845.2
Census DateLocation
17 August 1850Danbury, Fairfield, ConnecticutPatrick E. Croal was listed as a son in John A. Croal's household on the 1850 Census at Danbury, Fairfield, Connecticut; living next door to his son-in-law John McCabe.3
7 June 1880Duluth Village, St. Louis, MinnesotaPatrick E. Croal was listed as a boarder with the Margaret Smith family on the 1880 Census at Duluth Village, St. Louis, Minnesota; name listed as Pat Crowell; birth listed as Connecticut.4
1 June 1900Winfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinHe was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Winfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.5
1 June 1905Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinHe appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.
11 May 1910Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinHe was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.6
     Patrick E. Croal immigrated with John A. Croal and Catherine Clinton in 1846 at Leitrim County, Ireland to America; In 1900 Census, Patrick and Rosa reported immigrating in 1846.
PATRICK CROAL:... He was but four years of age when brought to the United States by his parents, the first place of residence of the family being the City of Danbury, Connecticut, where they lived until 1851.7 John A. Croal witnessed the migration in 1851 at Danbury, Connecticut to, Jefferson, Wisconsin; According to The Kaney Family History written by Emmett Kaney, "He (Patrick Kaney) married Rose Croal, daughter of John and Catherine Clinton Croal, who came to America from Leitrim County, Ireland in 1851." Patrick E. Croal was employed by Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad; for 8 years circa 1859. He migrated circa 1867 at California. He was a railroad yard master in 1880. He migrated circa 1890 at Sauk, Wisconsin. In 1918 PATRICK CROAL. Two vocations, those of railroading and farming, have occupied the energies of Patrick Croal since he started upon his wage-earning career as a mere lad. For many years he traveled all over various parts of the country while acting in numerous capacities in the service of railroad companies, but in middle life settled down in Sauk County and became a farmer, and this occupation engaged his attention until 1916, when he retired, and took up his residence at Reedsburg. He is one of the substantial citizens of this thriving community, and whatever success has come to him has been the result of his own unaided efforts. Patrick Croal was born in County Leitrim, Ireland, in 1843, and is a son of John and Catherine (Clinton) Croal, also natives of Erin's Isle. He was but four years of age when brought to the United States by his parents, the first place of residence of the family being the City of Danbury, Connecticut, where they lived until 1851. In that year they migrated to Wisconsin and located on a farm in Jefferson County, where they established at first a humble home and began the cultivation of the soil. They were hard-working, god-fearing and industrious people, made the most of their opportunities, and through their continuous labor managed to develop a good farm and establish a comfortable home. While they spent many years in Jefferson County, the parents died at Milwaukee, the father in 1873, at the age of sixty-nine years, and the mother in 1878, when seventy years of age. They were devout members of the Catholic Church, and were laid to rest in Calvary Cemetery. John and Catherine Croal were the parents of ten children: Honora, James, Catherine, Andrew, Ann, Mary, Hannah, Rose, John and Patrick, of whom all are now deceased except the last named. Patrick Croal enjoyed the educational privileges afforded by the country schools of Jefferson County and was brought up on the homestead, it being the assumption of his father that he would adopt the vocation of farming when ready to start upon his career. However, like numerous other country boys, he was early attracted by the railroad, and, grasping the opportunity, managed to master the art of telegraphy. Thus equipped, he was qualified for a position with the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad, and entered the service of that line as a telegrapher, but this work did not prove congenial, and the youth gave up the key to become a brakeman. By the time he was seventeen years of age he was earning a man's salary as a conductor, and continued in that capacity for several years, the period of his connection with the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul covering eight years. At the end of that time Mr. Croal went to California, where he secured a position as a conductor on a line running from San Francisco to San Jose, and during the years that followed he covered a rather wide stretch of country in the extreme West, being at various times employed by most of the leading systems. After a quarter of a century of railroading Mr. Croal returned to Wisconsin, and April 8, 1892, was united in marriage with Miss Maria Daly, who was born in County Mayo, Ireland, in 1857, a daughter of Patrick and Jane (Moran) Daly. Patrick Daly was born in 1807, in County Mayo, and was there married to Jane Moran, who was born in 1820, and in 1862 they immigrated to the United States and located on a farm in Winfield Township, Sauk County. They succeeded in the cultivation of a good property and rounded out their lives there, the father dying in 1880 and the mother not long thereafter. Patrick Daly was an exceptionally well informed man, a profound student and a reader of the classics. He was a democrat in politics, and he and Mrs. Daly were consistent and devout members of the Catholic Church. Their children were as follows: Michael, who died as an infant in Ireland; Maria (1) and Jane, who also died in infancy; Catherine, who is the wife of John Loughney, of Ironton, Wisconsin; Maria, who is now Mrs. Croal; Patrick, who became one of the leading lawyers of Reedsburg and died here in 1911; John, who died in infancy; John (2) who is engaged in farming near Fond du Lac, Wisconsin; Frank P., M.D., a leading physician and surgeon of Reedsburg; and Martin, who died in infancy. In 1893 Mr. Croal purchased the Patrick Daly homestead in Winfield Township and settled down to farming operations, in which he is very successful. While his training up to 1893, with the exception of several years in his youth, had been along entirely different lines, he proved himself capable of managing and directing a farm, and during his occupancy numerous improvements were installed which enhanced its value, while at the same time he produced good crops and made his land pay commensurately for the labor he expended upon it. In March, 1916, Mr. Croal retired from active labor and came to Reedsburg, where he now resides at the corner of Dewey and East Main streets. He is a democrat in Politics. With his family he belongs to the Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Croal are parents of the following children: John, who was educated in the public schools and is not engaged in operating the homestead farm in Winfield Township; Jane, who was educated in the schools of Winfield Township and Reedsburg, and is now in charge of a school at Lime Ridge; Agnes, a graduate of the Reedsburg High School and now a teacher at Lavalle, Wisconsin; Mary, educated at the Reedsburg High School, and teaching at Lime Ridge; Rose, a junior at the Reedsburg High School; and Rita, a sophomore in the same school.8
Patrick Croal biography 1918 - A Standard History of Sauk County Wisconsin - pgs 977-978
Patrick Croal biography 1918 - A Standard History of Sauk County Wisconsin - pgs 977-978
Patrick Croal biography 1918 - A Standard History of Sauk County Wisconsin - pgs 977-978

Children of Patrick E. Croal and Maria Daly

Citations

  1. [S208] Reedsburg Times Press, Reedsburg Free Press, 7 Jun 1917.
  2. [S273] Wisconsin Sauk County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records, page 74.
  3. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 720, 850.
  4. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED92. Stamp 501C. Dwelling 110. Page 32.
  5. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 130. Sheet 11A. Stamp 97.
  6. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 103, 105. ED 111. Sheet 5B.
  7. [S176] Wisconsin, Standard History of Sauk County, Wisconsin.
  8. [S176] Wisconsin, Standard History of Sauk County, Wisconsin, pages 977-978.

Honora Croal

F, b. circa 1835
Father*John A. Croal b. 1786, d. 20 Mar 1875
Mother*Catherine Clinton b. 1792, d. 25 Jul 1871

James Croal

M, d. before 1917
Father*John A. Croal b. 1786, d. 20 Mar 1875
Mother*Catherine Clinton b. 1792, d. 25 Jul 1871

Catherine Daly

F, b. 23 December 1835, d. 27 May 1911
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationCatherine Daly was also known as Katherine.
Name VariationCatherine Daly was also known as Cath.
Name VariationCatherine Daly was also known as Kate.
Married Name1852As of 1852,her married name was Croal.
  • Catherine Daly was born on 23 December 1835 at County Rosscommon, Ireland, May be 1836.
  • She married John Croal, son of John A. Croal and Catherine Clinton, in 1852 at Waukesha, Wisconsin.
  • Catherine Daly died on 27 May 1911 at Our Lady of the Fields Cemetery, Old St. Patricks, Bear Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin, at age 75 7 of her 11 children were alive in 1911.
Census DateLocation
3 October 1850Menomenee, Waukesha, WisconsinCatherine Daly was listed as living with the Joseph Pilgrim family on the 1850 Census at Menomenee, Waukesha, Wisconsin.1
25 August 1860Bear Creek, Sandusky P.O., Sauk, WisconsinShe was listed in John Croal's household on the 1860 Census at Bear Creek, Sandusky P.O., Sauk, Wisconsin; name spelled as Crowell.2
11 July 1870P.O. Sandusky, Washington, Sauk, WisconsinCatherine Daly was listed in John Croal's household on the 1870 Census at P.O. Sandusky, Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
1 June 1880Washington, Sauk, WisconsinCatherine Daly was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin; Living next door to Patrick Kaney.4
15 June 1900Washington, Sauk, WisconsinShe was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin.5
1 June 1905Washington, Sauk, WisconsinShe is listed as mother on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Michael E. Croal at Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin.6
11 May 1910Washington, Sauk, WisconsinCatherine Daly was listed as Mother in Thomas Francis Croal's household on the 1910 Census at Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin.7
     Catherine Daly immigrated in 1842. In 1856 The Croal family belongs among the old timers of Washington Township, where they established their home in pioneer times and where a large amount of land was cleared and made productive through their efforts. The founders of the family here were John and Catherine (Daily) Croal, the former a native of County Leitrim and the latter of County Roscommon, Ireland. They came to Sauk County in 1856 and located on forty acres of raw land in Bear Creek Township. Later the father acquired another forty acres in Washington Township, partly cleared and improved, and though a blacksmith by trade and conducting a shop for a number of years, he managed to get his land under cultivation and was one of the well known citizens of that community. On 8 February 1874 at extraordinary crime rampage of John Croal Milwaukee, Feb. 8 (1874) - Particulars of an extraordinary crime have been received here. John Croal left this city, where he has a brother (Andrew Croal) on the police-force, last Saturday (31 Jan 1874), for Sauk county, his former home. He went to his house on the following Monday (02 Feb 1874), and his wife, hearing his approach, and fearing him, fled, abandoning her four children. Croal picked up the youngest child, dashed it upon the floor, kicked it, and stamped upon it, so that it was not expected to live more than a few moments when last heard from. Croal then went to the house of Patrick Kaney, his brother-in-law, whose life he had repeatedly threatened, and, finding Mr. and Mrs. Kaney absent, fired the barn, stacks of straw, and grain-bins, and escaped to the woods. Here, by a singular fatality, he found his nephew, James Kaney, chopping wood, and asked him to lend him his ax. The young man complied, and he instantly attacked him, cutting him in the abdomen and the muscle at the base of the brain. Thinking he had killed him, he covered the body with snow, and left, it is believed, for Richland county. At last advices a constable and several citizens were in pursuit. Young Kaney was still living. On 15 February 1874 at Recovery of victims of John Croal rampage, including James Kaney.
Recovery of victims of John Croal rampage, including James Kaney 15 Feb 1874 Chicago Daily Tribune (Chicago, IL)
At Wisconsin He fought in the Civil War as a private in Company K,18th Regiment of the Wisconsin infantry,serving from early 1864 to the end of the war. Several stories that I have heard said that the war took its toll on him mentally and he came back a very disturbed man. He died in Feburary 1874, he was 44 years old. In Civil War pension records and letters that were written by relatives and neighbors verify that his wife had been Katherine Croal. She filed for the pension in 1890, 16 years after his death. All of the letters were signed and notorized except one, which was very interesting. Along the margin of the letter was a note asking that the letter be kept in confidence.The letter stated that this person knew that Katherine had been the wife of John and the mother of his children and had done a good job raising them without support from her husband. The letter ends: "In regards of her husband, John Croal, he was a ugly natured man, he was sent to jail and finally got out, he then made an assault on a young man, striking him with an axe. In resisting arrest was shot by officers." She had 12 with 7 living in 1900 children. She had 12 with 7 living in 1910 children.

Children of Catherine Daly and John Croal

Citations

  1. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 1523.
  2. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 1102. Page 145.
  3. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 6. Stamp 272. Dwelling 42.
  4. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 264. Pg 1. Stamp 262A. Dwelling 9.
  5. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED148. Sheet 6A. Dwelling 109.
  6. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 74.
  7. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED129. Stamp 59. Sheet 11A. Dwelling 209.

Andrew James Croal

M, b. January 1822, d. 6 May 1903
Andrew James Croal
Andrew James Croal circa 1860
Father*John A. Croal b. 1786, d. 20 Mar 1875
Mother*Catherine Clinton b. 1792, d. 25 Jul 1871
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationAndrew James Croal was also known as Andy.
  • Andrew James Croal was born in January 1822 at Lake Melvin, Lathrum, Connaught, Ireland, 1829 or 1822. (Birth is Jan 1822 according to 1900 census).
  • He was the son of John A. Croal and Catherine Clinton.
  • Andrew James Croal married Honora Brigid Gormanly on 3 July 1857 at Whitewater, Walworth, Wisconsin, also reported as Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • Andrew James Croal died on 6 May 1903 at Milbank, Grant, South Dakota, at age 81 also reported as 02 May 1903.
  • He was buried after 6 May 1903 at Calvary Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.1
    Croal Family Plot - Andrew Croal
Census DateLocation
8 August 1860Cold Spring, Jefferson, WisconsinAndrew James Croal was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at Cold Spring, Jefferson, Wisconsin, Next door to his father John Croal..2
28 July 1870Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WisconsinHe was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census at Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.3
12 June 1880Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WisconsinHe was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.4
16 June 1900Millbank, Grant, South DakotaHe was listed as Father-in-Law in Leonard Michael Kaercher's household on the 1900 Census at Millbank, Grant, South Dakota.5
     Andrew James Croal immigrated on 26 November 1847 Arrival Date: 26 Nov 1847
Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Ship Name: Liberty
no other family members traveling with him
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According to the 1900 census, Andrew immigrated in 1847. He has been in the US for 53 years and is a naturalized citizen. He was naturalized on 8 February 1866 at Municipal Court, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, witnesses Edward Hackett and Martin Larkin Sr. On 6 January 1869 Police force of the city of Milwaukee includes Andrew Croal.
Police force of the city of Milwaukee includes Andrew Croal 06 Jan 1869 Semi-Weekly Wisconsin (Milwaukee, WI)
On 8 February 1874 at extraordinary crime rampage of John Croal Milwaukee, Feb. 8 (1874) - Particulars of an extraordinary crime have been received here. John Croal left this city, where he has a brother (Andrew Croal) on the police-force, last Saturday (31 Jan 1874), for Sauk county, his former home. He went to his house on the following Monday (02 Feb 1874), and his wife, hearing his approach, and fearing him, fled, abandoning her four children. Croal picked up the youngest child, dashed it upon the floor, kicked it, and stamped upon it, so that it was not expected to live more than a few moments when last heard from. Croal then went to the house of Patrick Kaney, his brother-in-law, whose life he had repeatedly threatened, and, finding Mr. and Mrs. Kaney absent, fired the barn, stacks of straw, and grain-bins, and escaped to the woods. Here, by a singular fatality, he found his nephew, James Kaney, chopping wood, and asked him to lend him his ax. The young man complied, and he instantly attacked him, cutting him in the abdomen and the muscle at the base of the brain. Thinking he had killed him, he covered the body with snow, and left, it is believed, for Richland county. At last advices a constable and several citizens were in pursuit. Young Kaney was still living. He was a retired policeman on 12 June 1880. He lived on 12 June 1880 at 1920 Vliet Street, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He purchased land on 21 August 1888 at Roberts, South Dakota, CROAL ANDREW 05 122 N 048 W 029 160 272002 PA 334 08/21/1888. He purchased land on 9 April 1892 at Grant, South Dakota, CROAL ANDREW 05 121 N 048 W 005 51.67 272002 PA 11275 04/09/1892
CROAL ANDREW 05 121 N 048 W 005 21.14 272002 PA 11275 04/09/1892.

Children of Andrew James Croal and Honora Brigid Gormanly

Citations

  1. [S230] Milwaukee Catholic Cemeteries Cemetery records, by Milwaukee, Block 6 Section D Row 256.
  2. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 1719, 1533.
  3. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Stamp 377. Ward 9. Page 201. Dwelling 1523.
  4. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, NA Film Number T9-1438. Page 117D. ED131. Dwelling 326.
  5. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED155. Sheet 7B. Dwelling 137. Ward 1.

Ann Croal

F, d. before 1917
Father*John A. Croal b. 1786, d. 20 Mar 1875
Mother*Catherine Clinton b. 1792, d. 25 Jul 1871

Mary A. Croal

F, b. July 1868, d. April 1945
Father*John Croal b. 18 May 1830, d. 4 Feb 1874
Mother*Catherine Daly b. 23 Dec 1835, d. 27 May 1911
  • Mary A. Croal was born in July 1868 at Wisconsin tombstone lists birth as 1864.
  • She was the daughter of John Croal and Catherine Daly.
  • As of 1940, Mary A. Croal was never married.
  • She died in April 1945 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, at age 76 Mary A Croal, 80, obituary.
    Madison Wisconsin State Journal April 10, 1945 - Mary A Croal, 80, obituary
  • She was buried in April 1945 at Our lady of the fields, Old Chapel, Old St. Patricks, Loreto, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
    Our Lady of the fields - Croal, Mary A.
Census DateLocation
11 July 1870P.O. Sandusky, Washington, Sauk, WisconsinMary A. Croal was listed in John Croal's household on the 1870 Census at P.O. Sandusky, Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
1 June 1880Washington, Sauk, WisconsinMary A. Croal was listed as a daughter in Catherine Daly's household on the 1880 Census at Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin; Living next door to Patrick Kaney.3
15 June 1900Washington, Sauk, WisconsinMary A. Croal was listed as a daughter in Catherine Daly's household on the 1900 Census at Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin.4
1 June 1905Washington, Sauk, WisconsinMary A. Croal is listed as sister on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Michael E. Croal at Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin.5
11 May 1910Washington, Sauk, WisconsinMary A. Croal was listed as a Sister in Thomas Francis Croal's household on the 1910 Census at Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin.6
9 February 1920Washington Twp, Sauk, WisconsinMary A. Croal was listed as a Sister in Michael E. Croal's household on the 1920 Census at Washington Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.7
28 April 1930Washington, Sauk, WisconsinMary A. Croal was listed as a sister in Michael E. Croal's household on the 1930 Census at Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin.8
17 June 1940Washington, Sauk, WisconsinMary A. Croal was listed as a sister in Michael E. Croal's household on the 1940 Census at Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin.9

Citations

  1. [S180] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 6, Pg. 7.
  2. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 6. Stamp 272. Dwelling 42.
  3. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 264. Pg 1. Stamp 262A. Dwelling 9.
  4. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED148. Sheet 6A. Dwelling 109.
  5. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 74.
  6. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED129. Stamp 59. Sheet 11A. Dwelling 209.
  7. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED212. Sheet 8A. Dwelling 159.
  8. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-38. Sheet 7B.
  9. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1940; Census Place: Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin; Roll: T627_4523; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 56-40.

Hannah Croal

F, b. circa 1831, d. before 1917
Father*John A. Croal b. 1786, d. 20 Mar 1875
Mother*Catherine Clinton b. 1792, d. 25 Jul 1871
Census DateLocation
13 August 1850Danbury, Fairfield, ConnecticutHannah Croal was listed as a domestic servant for a boarding school in the 1850 Census at Danbury, Fairfield, Connecticut.1

Citations

  1. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 594.

John Croal

M, b. 18 May 1830, d. 4 February 1874
Father*John A. Croal b. 1786, d. 20 Mar 1875
Mother*Catherine Clinton b. 1792, d. 25 Jul 1871
  • John Croal was born on 18 May 1830 at County Leitrim, Ireland.
  • He was the son of John A. Croal and Catherine Clinton.
  • John Croal married Catherine Daly in 1852 at Waukesha, Wisconsin.
  • John Croal caused the death of Rosa Jane Croal in February 1874; killed in rampage by her father, John Croal.
  • John Croal died on 4 February 1874 at near Highland, Iowa, Wisconsin, at age 43 After resisting arrest was shot by police officers.
  • He was buried after 4 February 1874 at Our lady of the fields, Old Chapel, Old St. Patricks, Loreto, Sauk, Wisconsin, CROAL: Andrew Sept. 9, 1861 - Apr. 4, 1878, 16y 7m
    Patrick E. Jan. 23, 1866 - Sept. 22, 1866, 9m
    John May 18, 1830 - Feb. 4, 1874, 44y - GAR marker.1
    John Croal tombstone
Census DateLocation
13 August 1850Danbury, Fairfield, ConnecticutJohn Croal was listed as living with the Stephen A Hurlburt family on the 1850 Census at Danbury, Fairfield, Connecticut; listed as John Crouel.2
25 August 1860Bear Creek, Sandusky P.O., Sauk, WisconsinHe was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at Bear Creek, Sandusky P.O., Sauk, Wisconsin, name spelled as Crowell.3
11 July 1870P.O. Sandusky, Washington, Sauk, WisconsinHe was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census at P.O. Sandusky, Washington, Sauk, Wisconsin.4
     John Croal purchased land on 2 October 1854 at Bear Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin, From the Ashland Land Office: DocId: 17214. Acreage: 42.55. Reference: 3 Stat. 566. Sale-Cash Entries. #1. Aliquot Parts: NENW. Base Line: 4th PM - 1831 Minnesota/Wisconsin. Township 10N, Range 3E, section 4. In 1856 The Croal family belongs among the old timers of Washington Township, where they established their home in pioneer times and where a large amount of land was cleared and made productive through their efforts. The founders of the family here were John and Catherine (Daily) Croal, the former a native of County Leitrim and the latter of County Roscommon, Ireland. They came to Sauk County in 1856 and located on forty acres of raw land in Bear Creek Township. Later the father acquired another forty acres in Washington Township, partly cleared and improved, and though a blacksmith by trade and conducting a shop for a number of years, he managed to get his land under cultivation and was one of the well known citizens of that community. He began military service on 3 October 1864 Name: John Croal
Residence: Bear Creek, Wisconsin
Enlistment Date: 3 Oct 1864
Side Served: Union
State Served: Wisconsin. On 8 February 1874 at extraordinary crime rampage of John Croal Milwaukee, Feb. 8 (1874) - Particulars of an extraordinary crime have been received here. John Croal left this city, where he has a brother (Andrew Croal) on the police-force, last Saturday (31 Jan 1874), for Sauk county, his former home. He went to his house on the following Monday (02 Feb 1874), and his wife, hearing his approach, and fearing him, fled, abandoning her four children. Croal picked up the youngest child, dashed it upon the floor, kicked it, and stamped upon it, so that it was not expected to live more than a few moments when last heard from. Croal then went to the house of Patrick Kaney, his brother-in-law, whose life he had repeatedly threatened, and, finding Mr. and Mrs. Kaney absent, fired the barn, stacks of straw, and grain-bins, and escaped to the woods. Here, by a singular fatality, he found his nephew, James Kaney, chopping wood, and asked him to lend him his ax. The young man complied, and he instantly attacked him, cutting him in the abdomen and the muscle at the base of the brain. Thinking he had killed him, he covered the body with snow, and left, it is believed, for Richland county. At last advices a constable and several citizens were in pursuit. Young Kaney was still living.
extraordinary crime rampage of John Croal 09 Feb 1874 Chicago Daily Tribune (Chicago, IL)
On 17 February 1874 at Wisconsin Article: John Croal rampage and attempted killing of James Kaney.
Janesville Gazette February 17, 1874 - John Croal rampage and attempted killing of James Kaney
At Wisconsin He fought in the Civil War as a private in Company K,18th Regiment of the Wisconsin infantry,serving from early 1864 to the end of the war. Several stories that I have heard said that the war took its toll on him mentally and he came back a very disturbed man. He died in Feburary 1874, he was 44 years old. In Civil War pension records and letters that were written by relatives and neighbors verify that his wife had been Katherine Croal. She filed for the pension in 1890, 16 years after his death. All of the letters were signed and notorized except one, which was very interesting. Along the margin of the letter was a note asking that the letter be kept in confidence.The letter stated that this person knew that Katherine had been the wife of John and the mother of his children and had done a good job raising them without support from her husband. The letter ends: "In regards of her husband, John Croal, he was a ugly natured man, he was sent to jail and finally got out, he then made an assault on a young man, striking him with an axe. In resisting arrest was shot by officers."
Civil War Pension - John Croal 1830-1874 widow Catherine Daly Croal

Children of John Croal and Catherine Daly

Citations

  1. [S180] Wisconsin Sauk Co Cemetery Records Vol 6, Pg. 7.
  2. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1850; Census Place: Danbury, Fairfield, Connecticut; Roll: M432_37; Page: 123A; Image: 248.
  3. [S248] U.S. Federal Census 1860 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 1102. Page 145.
  4. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Page 6. Stamp 272. Dwelling 42.

Maria Daly

F, b. 16 May 1856, d. 17 September 1926
Father*Patrick Daly b. 1813, d. 23 May 1880
Mother*Jane Moran b. 1830, d. 16 Feb 1880
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name8 April 1891As of 8 April 1891,her married name was Croal.
  • Maria Daly was born at County Mayo, Ireland, on 16 May 1856.
  • She was the daughter of Patrick Daly and Jane Moran.
  • Maria Daly married Patrick E. Croal, son of John A. Croal and Catherine Clinton, on 8 April 1891 at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin, also reported as 08 Apr 1892.
  • Maria Daly died on 17 September 1926 at Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, at age 70 Mrs. Maria Croal died at her home at 700 - 41 St. Milwaukee, Wis, at 4 o'clock Friday morning, following an illness of several months. Maria Daly was born to Patrick and Jane Moran Daly in County Mayo, Ireland on May 16, 1856. At the age of five years she came to America with her parents and settled on a farm in Winfield where she grew to womanhood. She received her education in the district school and later in Edgewood Academy at Madison. Death saddened the home twice during that year taking both father and mother. She was united in marriage to Patrick Croal on April 8, 1891. To this union were born six children, John of this city, Mrs. J. P. McGarty of Mauston, Mary who died Nov. 17, 1924, Agnes, Rose and Rita who lived with the mother in Milwaukee. Besides her children she leaves to mourn their great loss, two brothers, John of Waterloo, Dr. F. P. Daly of this city and one sister Mrs. Catharine Loughney. Mrs. Croal was a devout wife, a loving mother and a truly Christian woman. Her whole life was one of love and devotion to her home, family, church and friends. Mrs. Croal was taken to the home of her son John in this city and funeral service were held at the Sacred Heart Church Monday morning at 10 o'clock. The Requiem High Mass was solemnized by Rev. Fr. Kiernan, assisted by Rev. Father O'Reilly of Baraboo and Rev. Stof of Ironton. Rev. Dr. Condon delivered the sermon. The remains were laid to rest in the Catholic Cemetery beside her husband and daughter.1
  • She was buried after 17 September 1926 at Calvary Cemetery, Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, listed "Mother."2
Census DateLocation
15 July 1870Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinMaria Daly was listed as a daughter in Patrick Daly's household on the 1870 Census at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin; living next door to Martin Byrnes.3
8 June 1880Winfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinMaria Daly was listed as a daughter in Catharine Daly's household on the 1880 Census at Winfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.4
1 June 1900Winfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinMaria Daly was listed as wife in Patrick E. Croal's household on the 1900 Census at Winfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.5
1 June 1905Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinMaria Daly appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Patrick E. Croal at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.
11 May 1910Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinMaria Daly was listed as wife in Patrick E. Croal's household on the 1910 Census at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.6
3 February 1920Reedsburg, Sauk, WisconsinMaria Daly was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.7
     Maria Daly immigrated with Patrick Daly and Jane Moran in 1861 at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin. Maria Daly immigrated in 1862. She lived with Patrick Daly and Jane Moran in 1862 at 160 acres, Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin. In 1921 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, Miss Rose Croal underwent an operation for appendicitis. In April 1925 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, Mrs. P. Croal and daughter, Reta, Milwaukee, are spending the week in the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. John Croal.
Madison Wisconsin State Journal April 15, 1925 - Mrs P Croal spending week with Mr and Mrs John Croal

Children of Maria Daly and Patrick E. Croal

Citations

  1. [S208] Reedsburg Times Press, Reedsburg Free Press. 23 Sep 1926.
  2. [S273] Wisconsin Sauk County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records, page 74.
  3. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 17. Stamp 308. Dwelling 128.
  4. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 266. Pg 9A. Stamp 294. Dwelling 77.
  5. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 130. Sheet 11A. Stamp 97.
  6. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 103, 105. ED 111. Sheet 5B.
  7. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Sheet 17A. Stamp 198. ED 175. Ward 2.

Patrick Daly

M, b. 1813, d. 23 May 1880
  • Patrick Daly married Jane Moran at Ireland.
  • Patrick Daly was born at County Mayo, Ireland, in 1813; also reported as 1807.
  • He died on 23 May 1880 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, A short distance to the east is a shapely evergreen and within its shadows are the graves of the DALY family, father and mother, Martin, John and Patrick, the parents natives of County Mayo, Ireland.
Census DateLocation
15 July 1870Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinPatrick Daly was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin, living next door to Martin Byrnes.1
8 June 1880Winfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinHe was listed in census, then crossed out as deceased on the 1880 Census at Winfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
     Patrick Daly and Jane Moran immigrated in 1861 to Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin. Patrick Daly and Jane Moran lived in 1862 at 160 acres, Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin. Patrick Daly left a will on 29 March 1880 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.
Will of Patrick Daly Sr - Sauk, WI 29 Mar 1880 - page 1
Will of Patrick Daly Sr - Sauk, WI 29 Mar 1880 - page 2
Will of Patrick Daly Sr - Sauk, WI 29 Mar 1880 - page 3
In 1918 PATRICK CROAL. ...After a quarter of a century of railroading Mr. Croal returned to Wisconsin, and April 8, 1892, was united in marriage with Miss Maria Daly, who was born in County Mayo, Ireland, in 1857, a daughter of Patrick and Jane (Moran) Daly. Patrick Daly was born in 1807, in County Mayo, and was there married to Jane Moran, who was born in 1820, and in 1862 they immigrated to the United States and located on a farm in Winfield Township, Sauk County. They succeeded in the cultivation of a good property and rounded out their lives there, the father dying in 1880 and the mother not long thereafter. Patrick Daly was an exceptionally well informed man, a profound student and a reader of the classics. He was a democrat in politics, and he and Mrs. Daly were consistent and devout members of the Catholic Church. Their children were as follows: Michael, who died as an infant in Ireland; Maria (1) and Jane, who also died in infancy; Catherine, who is the wife of John Loughney, of Ironton, Wisconsin; Maria, who is now Mrs. Croal; Patrick, who became one of the leading lawyers of Reedsburg and died here in 1911; John, who died in infancy; John (2) who is engaged in farming near Fond du Lac, Wisconsin; Frank P., M.D., a leading physician and surgeon of Reedsburg; and Martin, who died in infancy.3

Children of Patrick Daly and Jane Moran

Citations

  1. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 17. Stamp 308. Dwelling 128.
  2. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 266. Pg 9A. Stamp 294. Dwelling 77.
  3. [S176] Wisconsin, Standard History of Sauk County, Wisconsin, page 1107.

Jane Moran

F, b. 1830, d. 16 February 1880
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Daly.
  • Jane Moran married Patrick Daly at Ireland.
  • Jane Moran was born at Mayo, Ireland, in 1830; also reported as 1820.
  • She died on 16 February 1880 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, A short distance to the east is a shapely evergreen and within its shadows are the graves of the DALY family, father and mother, Martin, John and Patrick, the parents natives of County Mayo, Ireland.
Census DateLocation
15 July 1870Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinJane Moran was listed in Patrick Daly's household on the 1870 Census at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin; living next door to Martin Byrnes.1
8 June 1880Winfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinJane Moran was listed in census, then crossed out as deceased on the 1880 Census at Winfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
     Jane Moran and Patrick Daly immigrated in 1861 to Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin. Jane Moran and Patrick Daly lived in 1862 at 160 acres, Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.

Children of Jane Moran and Patrick Daly

Citations

  1. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 17. Stamp 308. Dwelling 128.
  2. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 266. Pg 9A. Stamp 294. Dwelling 77.

John Patrick Croal

M, b. 16 May 1892, d. 15 September 1961
Father*Patrick E. Croal b. Jan 1843, d. 25 May 1917
Mother*Maria Daly b. 16 May 1856, d. 17 Sep 1926
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationJohn Patrick Croal was also known as John H.
  • John Patrick Croal was born on 16 May 1892 at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin, Also reported as 16 May 1891.1
  • He was the son of Patrick E. Croal and Maria Daly.
  • John Patrick Croal married Catherine A. Horkan, daughter of George Horkan and Bridget Ellen Davenport, in August 1921 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, Catherine Horkan and John Croal wedding announcement.
    Madison Wisconsin State Journal August 12, 1921 - Catherine Horkan and John Croal wedding announcement
  • John Patrick Croal married Agnes G. Gleason circa 1929.
  • John Patrick Croal died on 15 September 1961 at age 69.
  • He was buried after 15 September 1961 at Calvary Cemetery, Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, listed "WW I."2
Census DateLocation
1 June 1900Winfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinJohn Patrick Croal was listed as a son in Patrick E. Croal's household on the 1900 Census at Winfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
1 June 1905Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinJohn Patrick Croal appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Patrick E. Croal at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.
11 May 1910Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinJohn Patrick Croal was listed as a son in Patrick E. Croal's household on the 1910 Census at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.4
3 February 1920Reedsburg, Sauk, WisconsinJohn Patrick Croal was listed as a son in Maria Daly's household on the 1920 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.5
1930Chicago, Cook, IllinoisJohn Patrick Croal was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Chicago, Cook, Illinois, living at 3038 Halsted Street.6
     WWI Pvt Co A 334th INF 36th DIV. In July 1917 at Wisconsin Miss Kathryn Horkan and Mr Krowl (Croal) visited the Wilbert Stewarts.
Janesville Daily Gazette July 13, 1917 - Miss Kathryn Horkan and Mr Krowl (Croal) visited the Wilbert Stewarts
In April 1925 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, Mrs. P. Croal and daughter, Reta, Milwaukee, are spending the week in the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. John Croal.

Citations

  1. [S6] Wisconsin, Wisconsin Vital Record to 1907, Reel: 0264, Record: 001676.
  2. [S273] Wisconsin Sauk County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records, page 74.
  3. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 130. Sheet 11A. Stamp 97.
  4. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 103, 105. ED 111. Sheet 5B.
  5. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Sheet 17A. Stamp 198. ED 175. Ward 2.
  6. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED16-1713. Dwelling 109-514.

Jane R. Croal

F, b. 26 June 1893, d. January 1976
Father*Patrick E. Croal b. Jan 1843, d. 25 May 1917
Mother*Maria Daly b. 16 May 1856, d. 17 Sep 1926
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Namecirca 1925As of circa 1925,her married name was McGarty.
  • Jane R. Croal was born on 26 June 1893 at Wisconsin.
  • She was the daughter of Patrick E. Croal and Maria Daly.
  • Jane R. Croal witnessed the burial of Anna Mary Joyce on 13 July 1922 at Calvary Cemetery, Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin; listed "Mother."1
  • Jane R. Croal married John Patrick McGarty, son of James N. McGarty and Helen Malowney, circa 1925.
  • Jane R. Croal died in January 1976 at in house fire, Mauston, Juneau, Wisconsin, at age 82 James Patrick and Jane (Croal) McGarty obituary.
    Madison Wisconsin State Journal January 16, 1976 - James Patrick and Jane (Croal) McGarty obituary
Census DateLocation
1 June 1900Winfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinJane R. Croal was listed as a daughter in Patrick E. Croal's household on the 1900 Census at Winfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
1 June 1905Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinJane R. Croal appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Patrick E. Croal at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.
13 May 1910Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinJane is a boarder in the household of John Haley. Her occupation is teacher at the country school.3
3 February 1920Reedsburg, Sauk, WisconsinJane R. Croal was listed as a daughter in Maria Daly's household on the 1920 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.4
16 April 1930Mauston, Juneau, WisconsinJane R. Croal was listed as wife in John Patrick McGarty's household on the 1930 Census at Mauston, Juneau, Wisconsin.5
1940Mauston, Juneau, WisconsinJane R. Croal was listed wife in John Patrick McGarty's household on the 1940 Census at Mauston, Juneau, Wisconsin.6
     Jane R. Croal obtained US Social Security Card at Wisconsin; last residence Mauston, Juneau, Wisconsin. In 1917 at Lime Ridge, Sauk, Wisconsin, in charge of a school.

Child of Jane R. Croal and John Patrick McGarty

Citations

  1. [S273] Wisconsin Sauk County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records, page 74.
  2. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 130. Sheet 11A. Stamp 97.
  3. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Sheet 6B. Dwelling 121, 123. ED 111.
  4. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Sheet 17A. Stamp 198. ED 175. Ward 2.
  5. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED29-18. Dwelling 253.
  6. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1940; Census Place: Mauston, Juneau, Wisconsin; Roll: T627_4486; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 29-18B.

Agnes Clara Croal

F, b. 21 November 1894, d. 19 October 1960
Father*Patrick E. Croal b. Jan 1843, d. 25 May 1917
Mother*Maria Daly b. 16 May 1856, d. 17 Sep 1926
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationAgnes Clara Croal was also known as Clara Agnes.
Married Namecirca 1928As of circa 1928,her married name was Kenney.
Married Namecirca 1928As of circa 1928,her married name was Kinney.
Census DateLocation
1 June 1900Winfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinAgnes Clara Croal was listed as a daughter in Patrick E. Croal's household on the 1900 Census at Winfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
1 June 1905Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinAgnes Clara Croal appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Patrick E. Croal at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.
11 May 1910Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinAgnes Clara Croal was listed as a daughter in Patrick E. Croal's household on the 1910 Census at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
3 February 1920Reedsburg, Sauk, WisconsinAgnes Clara Croal was listed as a daughter in Maria Daly's household on the 1920 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
3 April 1930Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WisconsinAgnes Clara Croal was listed as wife in Lawrence Michael Kenney's household on the 1930 Census at Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.4
16 April 1940Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WisconsinAgnes Clara Croal was listed as wife in Lawrence Michael Kenney's household on the 1940 Census at Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.5
     In 1917 at LaValle, Sauk, Wisconsin, teacher.

Citations

  1. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 130. Sheet 11A. Stamp 97.
  2. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 103, 105. ED 111. Sheet 5B.
  3. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Sheet 17A. Stamp 198. ED 175. Ward 2.
  4. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1930; Census Place: Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Roll: 2597; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 0289; Image: 51.0; FHL microfilm: 2342331.
  5. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1940; Census Place: Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Roll: T627_4559; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 72-438.

Mary K. Croal

F, b. 18 April 1896, d. 17 November 1924
Father*Patrick E. Croal b. Jan 1843, d. 25 May 1917
Mother*Maria Daly b. 16 May 1856, d. 17 Sep 1926
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationMary K. Croal was also known as Mary C.
  • Mary K. Croal was never married.
  • She was born on 18 April 1896 at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.
  • She was the daughter of Patrick E. Croal and Maria Daly.
  • Mary K. Croal died on 17 November 1924 at Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, at age 28 Miss Mary Croal obituary.
    Madison Wisconsin State Journal November 23, 1924 - Miss Mary Croal obituary
  • She was buried after 17 November 1924 at Calvary Cemetery, Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, listed "Daughter". birth year listed as 1897.1
Census DateLocation
1 June 1900Winfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinMary K. Croal was listed as a daughter in Patrick E. Croal's household on the 1900 Census at Winfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
1 June 1905Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinMary K. Croal appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Patrick E. Croal at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.
11 May 1910Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinMary K. Croal was listed as a daughter in Patrick E. Croal's household on the 1910 Census at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
3 February 1920Reedsburg, Sauk, WisconsinMary K. Croal was listed as a daughter in Maria Daly's household on the 1920 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.4
     In 1917 teaching at Lime Ridge.

Citations

  1. [S273] Wisconsin Sauk County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records, page 74.
  2. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 130. Sheet 11A. Stamp 97.
  3. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 103, 105. ED 111. Sheet 5B.
  4. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Sheet 17A. Stamp 198. ED 175. Ward 2.

Rose M. Croal

F, b. August 1897
Father*Patrick E. Croal b. Jan 1843, d. 25 May 1917
Mother*Maria Daly b. 16 May 1856, d. 17 Sep 1926
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationRose M. Croal was also known as R. M.
NicknameRose M. Croal also went by the name of Rosie.
Married Nameafter 1930As of after 1930,her married name was Carroll.
Married Nameafter 1930As of after 1930,her married name was Carrol.
  • Rose M. Croal was born in August 1897 at Wisconsin also reported as 1903.
  • She was the daughter of Patrick E. Croal and Maria Daly.
  • As of 1930, Rose M. Croal was never married.
  • She married (?) Carroll after 1930.
Census DateLocation
1 June 1900Winfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinRose M. Croal was listed as a daughter in Patrick E. Croal's household on the 1900 Census at Winfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
1 June 1905Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinRose M. Croal appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Patrick E. Croal at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.
11 May 1910Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinRose M. Croal was listed as a daughter in Patrick E. Croal's household on the 1910 Census at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
3 February 1920Reedsburg, Sauk, WisconsinRose M. Croal was listed as a daughter in Maria Daly's household on the 1920 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
3 April 1930Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WisconsinRose M. Croal was listed as a sister (actually sister-in-law) in Lawrence Michael Kenney's household on the 1930 Census at Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.4
     In 1921 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, Miss Rose Croal underwent an operation for appendicitis.
Madison Wisconsin State Journal November 12, 1921 - Miss Rose Croal underwent an operation for appendicitis
Rose M. Croal was a registered nurse at health department in 1930 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Citations

  1. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 130. Sheet 11A. Stamp 97.
  2. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 103, 105. ED 111. Sheet 5B.
  3. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Sheet 17A. Stamp 198. ED 175. Ward 2.
  4. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1930; Census Place: Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Roll: 2597; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 0289; Image: 51.0; FHL microfilm: 2342331.

Rita A. Croal

F, b. 10 April 1902, d. 11 January 1931
Father*Patrick E. Croal b. Jan 1843, d. 25 May 1917
Mother*Maria Daly b. 16 May 1856, d. 17 Sep 1926
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Namecirca 1929As of circa 1929,her married name was Roach.
  • Rita A. Croal was born on 10 April 1902 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.
  • She was the daughter of Patrick E. Croal and Maria Daly.
  • Rita A. Croal married Leonard Roach circa 1929.
  • Rita A. Croal died on 11 January 1931 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois, at age 28.
  • She was buried on 13 January 1931 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Census DateLocation
1 June 1905Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinRita A. Croal appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Patrick E. Croal at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.
11 May 1910Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinRita A. Croal was listed as a daughter in Patrick E. Croal's household on the 1910 Census at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
3 February 1920Reedsburg, Sauk, WisconsinRita A. Croal was listed as a daughter in Maria Daly's household on the 1920 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
11 April 1930Chicago, Cook, IllinoisRita A. Croal was listed as wife in Leonard Roach's household on the 1930 Census at Chicago, Cook, Illinois.3
     In April 1925 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, Mrs. P. Croal and daughter, Reta, Milwaukee, are spending the week in the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. John Croal.
Madison Wisconsin State Journal April 15, 1925 - Mrs P Croal spending week with Mr and Mrs John Croal

Citations

  1. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 103, 105. ED 111. Sheet 5B.
  2. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Sheet 17A. Stamp 198. ED 175. Ward 2.
  3. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1930; Census Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois; Roll: 490; Page: 17A; Enumeration District: 1769; Image: 692.0; FHL microfilm: 2340225.

Catharine Daly

F, b. 20 May 1854, d. 24 March 1935
Father*Patrick Daly b. 1813, d. 23 May 1880
Mother*Jane Moran b. 1830, d. 16 Feb 1880
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name23 April 1883As of 23 April 1883,her married name was Loughney.
  • Catharine Daly was born on 20 May 1854 at Mayo, Ireland, also reported as May 1855.
  • She was the daughter of Patrick Daly and Jane Moran.
  • Catharine Daly married John Loughney, son of Roger Loughney and Bridget McDonald, on 23 April 1883 at Dellona, Sauk, Wisconsin.
  • Catharine Daly died on 24 March 1935 at Ironton, Sauk, Wisconsin, at age 80 Mrs. John Loughney was born in Ireland, May 20, 1854 in County Mayo, Ireland and came to this country with her parents at the age of 7 and settled in the township of Winfield. In 1862 with parents and sister Maria (Mrs. John Croal) and brother Patrick the family settled on 160 acres in Winfield, six miles north of the city, cleared the land and built a log house. She married John Loughney in 1881. He died 24 years ago the day of her funeral. She is survived by her children, Frank, Joseph, Paul and Jane, all of Reedsburg; brother Dr. F. P. Daly, Chippewa Falls, John Daly, Lodi; Maria, Mrs. Croal. A brother Patrick died several years ago. Mrs. Loughney passed away Sunday, March 24 and the funeral was held Tuesday morning from the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Rev. Fr. Kiernan, Officiating. Burial was in the Reedsburg Catholic cemetery. The out of town relatives who attended the funeral were: Mr. And Mrs. L. Kenney, Rose Croal, Mrs. Jane Dwyer, Mr. And Mrs. J. Barrington, Milwaukee; Mrs. Daniel Mangan, Mrs. John Corrigan, Earl Timlin, Chicago; Martin Joyce, Cross Plains; Mark Loughney, Hudson; Henry Rowan, Elroy; Mr. And Mrs. P. McGarty, Mauston; Dr. and Mrs. F. P. Daly and son Patrick from Chippewa Falls.
  • She was buried on 26 March 1935 at Reedsburg Catholic cemetery, Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.
Census DateLocation
15 July 1870Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinCatharine Daly was listed as a daughter in Patrick Daly's household on the 1870 Census at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin; living next door to Martin Byrnes.1
8 June 1880Winfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinCatharine Daly was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Winfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
18 June 1900Ironton, Sauk, WisconsinShe was listed as wife in John Loughney's household on the 1900 Census at Ironton, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
19 April 1910Ironton, Sauk, WisconsinCatharine Daly was listed as wife in John Loughney's household on the 1900 Census at Ironton, Sauk, Wisconsin.4
19 April 1920Ironton, Sauk, WisconsinCatharine Daly was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Ironton, Sauk, Wisconsin.5
10 April 1930Ironton, Sauk, WisconsinShe was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Ironton, Sauk, Wisconsin.6
     Catharine Daly immigrated with Patrick Daly and Jane Moran in 1861 at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin. Catharine Daly lived with Patrick Daly and Jane Moran in 1862 at 160 acres, Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin. Catharine Daly had 6 with 5 living in 1900 children.

Children of Catharine Daly and John Loughney

Citations

  1. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 17. Stamp 308. Dwelling 128.
  2. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 266. Pg 9A. Stamp 294. Dwelling 77.
  3. [S245] U.S. Federal Census 1900 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED138. Dwelling 199.
  4. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED119. Dwelling 50.
  5. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED168. Dwelling 49.
  6. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-17. Dwelling 115.

Patrick Daly

M, b. 10 January 1860, d. 19 April 1911
Father*Patrick Daly b. 1813, d. 23 May 1880
Mother*Jane Moran b. 1830, d. 16 Feb 1880
  • Patrick Daly was born on 10 January 1860 at Mayo, Ireland.
  • He was the son of Patrick Daly and Jane Moran.
  • As of 1910, Patrick Daly was never married.
  • He died on 19 April 1911 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, at age 51.
Census DateLocation
15 July 1870Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinPatrick Daly was listed as a son in Patrick Daly's household on the 1870 Census at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin; living next door to Martin Byrnes.1
8 June 1880Winfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinPatrick Daly was listed as a son in Catharine Daly's household on the 1880 Census at Winfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
27 April 1910Reedsburg Ward 1, Sauk, WisconsinPatrick Daly was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Reedsburg Ward 1, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
     PATRICK DALY. The best and greatest wealth of Sauk County has always consisted in its men and women and especially those whose character has been exalted above the ordinary levels of existence and whose lives have made better and purer the community around about them.
There was no finer example of lofty public character than that afforded by the late Patrick Daly, who when in the prime of his years but after much suffering from persistent disease died at the'home of his brother, Dr. Frank P. Daly, on April 19, 1911. He was a son of Patrick and Jane (Moran) Daly, and was born in County Mayo, Ireland, January
10, 1860, being brought to Sauk County when not quite two years of age. The early life of Patrick Daly was the usual routine of a child growing up in a pioneer home. His parents had come to this country to enjoy its freedom and secure advantages they had not before enjoyed and they strove to give their children the best educational opportunities afforded. Accordingly the boy attended the district school during the winter months when school was in session, and later attended the high school at Reedsburg. But it was not destined that his early life should be free from struggle and unusual responsibility. In the spring of 1879 both parents died within a few months of each other, leaving him the oldest
son at the age of nineteen the head of a family of five children, face to face with the struggle of securing a livelihood for himself and them, a task which in those days was indeed hard. Perhaps it was those early responsibilities, coupled with the strength he inherited from his sturdy
ancestry, that gave him the remarkable degree of endurance and self sacrifice which showed in his, character in later years. For a time he worked at the carpenter trade and became a skillful mechanic. There
was no such thing as compromise with duty in the life of Patrick Daly. To. whatever he attempted he gave his whole energy and aspired to a high standard of success. After he felt that he could be spared at the old homestead and do more for those near him in another vocation he entered the Whitewater Normal, finishing the coursein 1887. For several years he was a teacher in the country schools of Sauk County. Possessing a fine intellect and
a great love for knowledge, he was perhaps naturally led to take up the study of law. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin with the law class of 1896 and at once opened practice in his home city of Reedshbrg... life of the community and was a strong moral influence and a foe
to every form of social and civic corruption. One who had long known him and appreciated the elements of his
character wrote the following tribute: "He was a man whose life was never touched by the desire for fame or honor, who hated sham and deception and whose personal wishes were
completely submerged in his devotion to principle. He lived up to ideals in his profession which, if followed by every lawyer, would immeasurably elevate the standard of the bar. He gave every power of his intellect to see the right and to find a way to remedy the evils on every hand and then uncompromisingly lived up to his belief. "He had a keen appreciation and a great love for the beautiful in nature and was a deep student of history and literature. He took a great interest in the schools and in young people entering on life's career and no doubt his influence helped to guide many young people in choosing their life work. "When death sets the seal of insignificance on worldly fame and honor and the petty schemes of men, it is a glorious thing to leave a record of a life unsullied by any form of vice, a life of unselfish devotion to principle and to every cause that is righteous. Such is the unstained
record left by Patrick Daly, an example that may well be emulated in its integrity and purity by every young man and which, if followed, will
help to right the social and political wrongs that he so much deplored and to remedy which he gave the best years of his life." Patrick Daly immigrated with Patrick Daly and Jane Moran in 1861 at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin. Patrick Daly lived with Patrick Daly and Jane Moran in 1862 at 160 acres, Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin. Patrick Daly was a lawyer in 1910 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.

Citations

  1. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 17. Stamp 308. Dwelling 128.
  2. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 266. Pg 9A. Stamp 294. Dwelling 77.
  3. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED123. Dwelling 282.

John Daly

M, b. circa 1865, d. after March 1935
Father*Patrick Daly b. 1813, d. 23 May 1880
Mother*Jane Moran b. 1830, d. 16 Feb 1880
  • John Daly was born circa 1865 at Wisconsin.
  • He was the son of Patrick Daly and Jane Moran.
  • John Daly died after March 1935.
Census DateLocation
15 July 1870Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinJohn Daly was listed as a son in Patrick Daly's household on the 1870 Census at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin; living next door to Martin Byrnes.1
8 June 1880Winfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinJohn Daly was listed as a son in Catharine Daly's household on the 1880 Census at Winfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.2
11 May 1910Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinJohn Daly was listed as a hired man (actually brother-in-law) in Patrick E. Croal's household on the 1910 Census at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
     John Daly was a farming at near Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. He lived in September 1926 at Waterloo, Jefferson, Wisconsin. He lived in March 1935 at Lodi, Columbia, Wisconsin.

Citations

  1. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 17. Stamp 308. Dwelling 128.
  2. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 266. Pg 9A. Stamp 294. Dwelling 77.
  3. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 103, 105. ED 111. Sheet 5B.

Dr. Francis Peter Daly

M, b. 24 June 1869, d. 15 October 1945
Father*Patrick Daly b. 1813, d. 23 May 1880
Mother*Jane Moran b. 1830, d. 16 Feb 1880
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationDr. Francis Peter Daly was also known as F. P.
Name VariationDr. Francis Peter Daly was also known as Peter Frank.
Name VariationDr. Francis Peter Daly was also known as Frank Peter.
  • Dr. Francis Peter Daly was born on 24 June 1869 at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin.
  • He was the son of Patrick Daly and Jane Moran.
  • Dr. Francis Peter Daly married Anna Mary Joyce, daughter of Patrick E. Joyce and Mary Byrne, on 23 October 1900 at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.
  • Dr. Francis Peter Daly married Elizabeth C. (?) circa 1929.
  • Dr. Francis Peter Daly died on 15 October 1945 at Rochester, Minnesota, at age 76.
  • He was buried after 15 October 1945 at Calvary Cemetery, Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin, listed "Father."1
Census DateLocation
15 July 1870Winfield, Sauk, WisconsinDr. Francis Peter Daly was listed as a son in Patrick Daly's household on the 1870 Census at Winfield, Sauk, Wisconsin; living next door to Martin Byrnes.2
8 June 1880Winfield Twp, Sauk, WisconsinDr. Francis Peter Daly was listed as a son in Catharine Daly's household on the 1880 Census at Winfield Twp, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
28 April 1910Reedsburg, Sauk, WisconsinDr. Francis Peter Daly was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.4
8 January 1920Reedsburg, Sauk, WisconsinHe was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.5
15 April 1930Reedsburg, Sauk, WisconsinHe was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Reedsburg, Sauk, Wisconsin.6
     FRANK P. DALY, M. D. Holding prestige in the ranks of his profession
by reason of superior natural ability, combined with a thorough
training, wide experience, an acute comprehension of human nature and
a broad sympathy, Dr. Frank P. Daly is firmly established in the confidence
of the people of Reedsburg. A practitioner of this city for more
than twenty years, this thorough master of his calling has built up an
excellent professional business and standing, while as a citizen he has
always shown himself ready to do at all times at least. his full share in
behalf of the public weal. Frank P. Daly belongs to the class of men who have distinguished
themselves in the county of their birth. He was born on a farm in Winfield
Township, Sauk County, Wisconsin, June 24, 1869, being a son of
Patrick and Jane (Moran) Daly. His father was born in County Mayo,
Ireland, in 1807, and his mother in the same locality in 1820, and their
marriage took place in their native land, where they resided until 1862.
In that year they emigrated to the United States and located on a farm
in Winfield Township, Sauk County, a tract of 160 acres, which they
proceeded to clear and improve. Industrious and hard-working people,
they succeeded in developing a handsome and valuable farm, on which
they spent the remaining years of their lives, the mother dying there in
1880 and the father not long thereafter. The farm is now occupied by
Patrick Croal, who married Maria, the sister of Doctor Daly. In politics
a democrat, Patrick Daly was content to confine his political activities
to the casting of. his vote, and never allowed small local matters to distract
his attention from his business affairs, although always willing to
support good movements and to work in behalf of worthy men and measures.
A student and exceptionally well informed, he was a prolific reader
and was well acquainted with the classics. Both he and Mrs. Daly were
devout members of the Catholic Church, in which faith they reared their
family. Their children were as follows: Michael, who died in Ireland
as an infant; Maria and Jane, who also died in infancy; Catherine, who
is the wife of John Loughney, of Ironton; Maria, who is the wife of
Patrick Croal and resides on the homestead farm. in Winfield Township;
Patrick whose career is reviewed on other pages; John, who died in
infancy; John (2), who is single and engaged in' agricultural operations
on a farm near Fond du Lac, Wisconsin; Frank P., of this review; and
Martin, who died in infancy.
The boyhood of Dr. Frank P. Daly was passed on his father's farm
in Winfield Township, and he was given the advantage of good educational
opportunities. After completing his primary training in the
country schools, he went to the high school at Reedsburg, and then continued
his preparation by taking the course at the Whitewater Normal
School. His first several years of independent'work found him acting
as a country school teacher in Sauk. County, but during this time he had
been preparing himself for the profession which he intended to make
his life work, and in 1894 he matriculated at Rush Medical College, the
famous Chicago institution of medical learning. Upon his graduation
therefrom, in 1897, he returned to Reedsburg and opened an office, and
here he has continued in the enjoyment of a constantly increasing practice.
Doctor Daly has not: ceased to be a student. On the contrary,
much of his time is spent in investigation and research, and in keeping
in touch with the discoveries of his calling. He is a member of the Sauk
County Medical Society, the Wisconsin State Medical Society and the
American Medical Association, and his fraternal connection is with the
Knights of Columbus. The doctor has maintained .an independent stand
in regard to politics, exercising his prerogative of voting for the man he
has deemed best qualified for the office, regardless of party ties. For
himself, he has never been an aspirant for the honors accruing from
holding public position. Doctor Daly was married in 1900, at Reedsburg, to Miss Anna Joyce,
who was born in Winfield Township, Sauk County, October 2, 1874, a
daughter of Patrick and Mary (Byrne) Joyce, natives of County Mayo,
Ireland, the father born March 17, 1825, and the mother May 15, 1831.
They were married in Ireland, and in 1863 emigrated to the United
States, landing at New York City, where they remained for several
weeks. They then made their way overland to Wisconsin and located in
Winfield Township, whre Mr. Joyce, then in modest circumstances, found
employment as a farm hand during the summer months, while in the
winter he worked for Smith and Tower in the iron industry at Ironton.
Thus he succeeded in accumulating sufficient means with which to purchase
a farm, which he continued to cultivate during the remainder of
his life. He lived in Winfield Township until 1913, in which year he
removed to Reedsburg, and here his death occurred January 12, 1915,
Mrs. Joyce having passed away on the farm January 8, 1910. Mr.
Joyce was one of the substantial and highly respected men of his community,
and active in the ranks of the democratic party in his locality.
He and Mrs. Joyce were faithful members of the Catholic Church. Before
coming to the United States, Mr. Joyce, who was well educated in
the Gaelic and English languages, spent much of his time in England
during the harvest seasons, and to the time of his death retained a vivid
recollection of the birthplace of William Shakespeare, which he had
visited. Patrick and Mary Joyce had two children: Anna, now Mrs.
Daly, and Martin Edward, now a resident of Reedsburg, but for some
years the operator of the old homestead in Winfield Township, which
is still in the family name, married Mary Conway, who died April 9,
1900, leaving two children; Martin Edward, Jr., and Mary Ellen.
Mrs. Daly attended the Reedsburg High School and the LeMars
(Iowa) Normal School, and in 1893 to 1896 taught school in Iowa. Returning
to the county of her birth she continued as a teacher here until
1900, the year of her marriage. Doctor and Mrs. Daly are the parents
of five children: Francis Matthew, born May 28, 1902; Jane Claire,
born April 22, 1904; Zita Joyce, born August 28, 1908; Mary Agnes,
born October 18, 1909; and Patrick Joseph, born March 17, 1912. Dr. Francis Peter Daly was a Doctor of Medicine.

Children of Dr. Francis Peter Daly and Anna Mary Joyce

Citations

  1. [S273] Wisconsin Sauk County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records, page 74.
  2. [S247] U.S. Federal Census 1870 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Pg 17. Stamp 308. Dwelling 128.
  3. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 266. Pg 9A. Stamp 294. Dwelling 77.
  4. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED124. Dwelling 191.
  5. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED 175. Ward 2. Dwelling 120.
  6. [S250] U.S. Federal Census 1930 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED56-30. Dwelling 281.

Linda Ruth Zick

F, b. 8 December 1900, d. 25 February 1988
Father*William Christian Zick b. Sep 1869, d. 1942
Mother*Ida Augusta Klipstein b. Feb 1878, d. 1949
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationLinda Ruth Zick was also known as Ethlinde R.
Name VariationLinda Ruth Zick was also known as Ethlinda.
  • Linda Ruth Zick was born on 8 December 1900 at Honey Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin, also reported as 08 Nov 1900.
  • She was the daughter of William Christian Zick and Ida Augusta Klipstein.
  • Linda Ruth Zick married Robert J. Zick, son of John F. Zick and Minna Selma Mellenthin, on 11 March 1935 at Honey Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin.
  • Linda Ruth Zick died on 25 February 1988 at age 87 Linda R. Zick, 87, of 780 Prairie du Sac, died on Thursday, Feb. 25, 1988 at Maplewood nursing home.

    She was born in the town of Honey Creek on Dec. 8, 1900, to William & Ida(Klipstein) Zink. The former Linda R. Zink, married Robert Zick on March 11, 1935 in Honey Creek. She was a charter member of the Honey Creek Badgerettes Homemakers Club, and Sauk Prairie Hospital Auxiliary. She was the pianist at the United Methodist Church in Denzer for 50years.

    She was preceded in death by a sister. She is survived by her husband, Robert; a son Donald (Karen) Zick of North Freedom; four grandchildren, Roland, Roxanne, Robert, and Randall Zick, all of North Freedom; an AFS Grandson Soren Malling of Denmark; a sister Evelyn Sprecher of Prairie du Sac; and two nieces, Nyla (Wilbur) Luetscher of Prairie du Sac, and Neva (Wayne) Finngerhuth of Spring Green.

    Funeral services were held on Sunday, Feb 28, at United
    Methodist Church in Denzer, with Rev. Kerry J. Wilson officiating.

    Burial followed in the church cemetery.
Census DateLocation
1 June 1905Honey Creek, Sauk, WisconsinLinda Ruth Zick is listed as daughter on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of William Christian Zick at Honey Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin.1
26 April 1910Honey Creek, Sauk, WisconsinLinda Ruth Zick was listed as a daughter in William Christian Zick's household on the 1910 Census at Honey Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin; living next door to Henrietta Zick.2
10 January 1920Honey Creek, Sauk, WisconsinLinda Ruth Zick was listed as a daughter in William Christian Zick's household on the 1920 Census at Honey Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin.3
7 May 1940Honey Creek, Sauk, WisconsinLinda Ruth Zick was listed as wife in Robert J. Zick's household on the 1940 Census at Honey Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin.4
     Linda Ruth Zick obtained US Social Security Card at Wisconsin; Last residence Prairie Du Sac, Sauk, Wisconsin.

Citations

  1. [S364] Wisconsin State Census Wisconsin State Censuses, 1895 and 1905, by Ancestry.com, Dwelling 156.
  2. [S244] U.S. Federal Census 1910 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1910; Census Place: Honey Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin; Roll: T624_1736; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 0118; Image: 968; FHL Number: 1375749.
  3. [S243] U.S. Federal Census 1920 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, ED167. Dwelling 34.
  4. [S373] U.S. Federal Census 1940 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1940; Census Place: Honey Creek, Sauk, Wisconsin; Roll: T627_4523; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 56-17.