Postville Review; Postville,
Allamakee Co. Iowa ;March 1, 1890
Feb 19th, 1890; Mrs. Ann MURRAY wife of John MURRAY, aged 60 years, 8 months
and 24 days. Ann WATERS was born in Wicklow county, Ireland, May 25th,
1829, where she lived with her parents until April 1851, when they emigrated
to Schuylkill county, Pa. She was married to John MURRAY at Minersville,
Pa., July 3d, 1854. On March 5th, 1878, with her husband she moved to
Alamakee county, Iowa, where she resided until her death. She leaves a
husband and 7 children to mourn her loss.
Transcribed by S.F.
Davenport Daily Leader; Davenport, Scott, Iowa; Friday,
January 11, 1901
Wednesday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock at the family
residence 921 Grand avenue, occurred the death of Mary De Saix Hagarty,
wife of P.J. Hagarty. Death was due to complications incident to declining
Mrs. Hagarty has made her home in this city for
the past 31 years and during that time has endeared her self to all with
whom she came in contact. She was a woman of gentle ways, kind and
forbearing towards all, and noble and generous character.
She was born in County Wicklow, Ireland, Jan. 6,
1821, and was therefore 80 years and 3 days old at the time of her demise.
She came to America in 1858, fifty three years ago, landing in New York,
where she continued to reside for about five years. In 1852 she was united
in marriage in that city to P.J. Hagarty, their married life covering a
period of forty eight and one half years. Later they removed to Chicago,
Ill, and from there to Ottawa, Ill., and later to St. Louis, Mo., and in
1861 went to Clarksville, Butler county, this state, where Mr. Hagarty and
his brothers, Thomas, Lawrence and James, purchased farms. They continued
to reside there until 1870 when they came here to Davenport, Mr. Hagarty
forming a co-partnership with the late John Lillis in the grocery business
and for the past thirty-one years they have made their home here.
Besides her husband Mrs. Hagarty is survived by a
son, Thomas D. Hagarty of Chicago, three daughters, Mrs. A.P. McGuirk,
Mrs. A.B. Gibbons and Miss Elizabeth, the last two named residing at home,
and two sisters and a brother, Ellen, Diana and William De Saix, in
Ireland. Mr. De Saix is harbor commissioner of the port of Wicklow.
The funeral will be held tomorrow morning from
the residence with services at Sacred Heart Cathedral at 9 o'clock.
Interment at St.