MaryMary McGOWEN

 

Andrew married Mary McGOWEN,14 daughter of Thomas McGOWEN and Bridget O'DAY, on 17 Oct 1850 in Elmira, Chemung, NY.15

Mary was born on 17 Apr 1825 in Glenmore, Kilmhil Parish, Clare, Ireland,16 died on 30 Jul 1915 in Indianola, Red Willow, NE at age 90, and was buried on 3 Aug 1915 in Indianola, Red Willow, NE (Saint Catherine's Catholic Cemetery).17 The cause of her death was Old Age.

 

Marriage Notes:

Paul: In My research of Andrew O'Dea, I find that 3 court records of the Civil war pension papers state that Mary McGowen married Andrew O'Dea on Oct 17, 1850, at Elmira, New York, and that her said name before said marriage was Mary McGowen, according to Andrew O'Dea Pension record it showed that Andrew O'Dea & Mary Mc Gowen had 7 children and 3 died. They had 7 children that we know of, two born in New York. They traveled from there to Chambersburg, MO, in Clark County. Daniel O'Dea was living there and still is. Several O'Dea families are in this location. The family had migrated from NY, through Ohio, Illinois to Missouri, Iowa, then on to either Seward or Butler County. Later they came to Crete, Saline, Nebraska, then on to a farm near Western, Nebraska. The farm was in Saline County, Norfork precinct, Section 4. They sold this farm to a Mr. Phillips and moved to Indianola to a farm SW of Exeter, Nebraska, Fillmore County 36-8-2. Traded that for a Farm in Red Willow Co. in 1908.19

 

They had seven children: Catherine "Kate," John Gavin, (No Given Name), (No Given Name), (No Given Name), Joseph "Joe," and Andrew "Andy".

 

Noted events in her life were:

• Other names for Mary were Mary McCUIN,18 Mary McCUNE,18 Mary McGAVIN,18 Mary McGRAW,18 Mary McCANE and Mary MCDANEIL)

• She has conflicting birth information of 1 Mar 1820 and Unorganized Territories, USA.21 and Indianola, Red Willow, Nebraska, USA

• She has conflicting birth information of 1825 and Clare, Ireland.22 1880 Census on 6/21

• Birth Notes: 1823 on tombstone

• She has conflicting birth information of 1827 and Ireland.23

• She emigrated on 8 Sep 1848 from Ireland.1

• She worked as a Housewife.22

• She appeared on the census on 18 Sep 1850 in Westampton, Burlington, NJ.

• She appeared on the census on 12 Aug 1860 in Jefferson Township, Clark, Missouri, USA. pg # 204

• Historical: Abt 1861. Civil war soldiers ate raw dough in her kitchen in Missouri.  She received a pension for Andrew's service in Civil war

• She appeared on the Cork Precinct census on 21 Jun 1880 in , Saline, Nebraska, USA.11

• She appeared on the North Fork Precinct census on 5 Jun 1900 in , Saline, Nebraska, USA.

• She appeared on the Red Willow Precinct census on 26 Apr 1910 in , Red Willow, Nebraska.25

• She has conflicting death information of 1 Aug 1915 and Indianola, Red Willow, NE.26 Funeral was at Sacred Heart Church

• She has conflicting death information of Dec 1915 and Indianola, Red Willow, NE.27

• Death Notes: 1915 on tombstone

 

General Notes: Twin of Nan,

Family Histories - Mildred: Orphan

 

Dorothy: - Grandmother Mary and her sister Bridget were taken from a wharf in Ireland by the John McGOWEN family, which was grandmother Anna's family (Dorothy has always wondered if the sisters were relatives. John's G's Marriage license has her name as Mary McDonnell---[McDanel---] rest is cut off). John told Dorothy Turner Cole the name was McCure. McGown on Marriage papers, McGowan (and McCuin or McCune in 4th century of History of Ireland) on Name's Map of Ireland, McGowon by (Nancy) Anna L, eldest sister Susan Gibb (Mrs. Andy).

 

1848 Irish Immigrants: New York Port Arrival Records, 1846-1851 Record about Mary Mcgowan, Name: Mcgowan, Mary, Age: 17, Gender: Female, Embarkation: Liverpool Ship: Richard Alsop, Occupation: workman/woman, Passengers: 260, Residence: Unknown, Compartment: Steerage, Native Country: Ireland, Destination: New York Literacy: Unknown, Arrival Date: 8 September 1848, Transit Type: Staying in the U.S.

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. Irish Immigrants: New York Port Arrival Records, 1846-1851 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2001. Original data: Famine Irish Entry Project, 1846-1851. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration.

 

1850 United States Federal Census in Westampton, Burlington, New Jersey; Roll: M432_443; Page: 241; Image: 487, Name: Mary McGowen, Age: 25, Estimated Birth Year: Abt 1825, Birth Place: Ireland, Gender: Female, City: Westampton, County: Burlington, State: New Jersey,

Household Members: Name Age: Jeremiah H Deason 27 Family, Mary McGowen 25

 

1860 United States Federal Census - Page: 204, State: Missouri, County: Clark, City: Jefferson Township, Call Number/URL: FHL Film 1254755, National Archives Film T9-0755,, Enumeration Date: , Line: 25, 1. Dwelling #: 1491, 2. Families #: 1472, 3. Name: Mary Oday, Description - 4. Age: 30, 5. Sex: F, 6. Color: , 7. Profession: , 10. Place of Birth: Ireland

 

1880 United States Federal Census: State: Nebraska, County: Saline, City: Crete, Cork Precinct, Page: 32, line 39, E.D.: 213, Call Number/URL: FHL Film 1254755, National Archives Film T9-0755, Enumeration Date: Jun 21, 1880, Street: , House #: , 1. Dwelling #: 284, 2. Family #: 284, 3. Name: Mary O Day, Personal Description: 4. Color: W, 5. Sex: F, 6. Age: 55, 8. Relationship: Wife, Civil Condition - 10. Married, 13. Occupation: Keeping house, Person's Place of Birth: Ireland, 25. Father's Place of Birth: Ireland, 26. Mother's Place of Birth: Ireland

 

 

1883                                                            (8-560.)

APPLICATION FOR ACRUED PENSION
(WIDOWS.)

State of   Nebraska  , County of   Saline__ss:

     On this   1st  day of   September  , 188 3 , personally appeared   Mary O Dea  , who, being duly sworn, declares that she is the lawful widow of   Andrew O Dea  , deceased; that he died on the   05th  day of   July -   , 18 83 ; that he had been granted a pension by Certificate No   241534  which is herewith returned (or if not, not, state why not)                           ; that he had been paid the pension by the Pension Agent at   Des Moines, IA  up to the day of   4  day of   June_, 18_83_; after which date he had not been employed or paid in the Army, Navy, or Marine service of the United States, except ___________________; that she was married to the said __Andrew O’Dea__on the 17th day of  __September__ , 18_50_, at __Harunu__, in the State of __New York__; that her name before said marriage was __Mary Mc Gusn__; that she hereby makes application for the pension which had accrued on aforesaid certificate to the date of death; and that her residence is No____________ Street, City of  Crete  , County of __Saline__, State of __Nebraska__, and her Post-office address is __Crete Saline Co. Nebraska.

                                                                                                             Her      

                                                           (Widow’s Signature)    Mary  O      X     Dea___

                                                                                                             Mark

     Also personally appeared __A D Baush  , residing at __Crete, Nebraska__, and __Chas Band__, residing at __Crete, Nebr__, who, being duly sworn, say that they were present and saw __Mary O Dea__sign her name (make her mark) to the foregoing declaration; that they know her to be the lawful widow of  Andrew O Dea  , who died on the _5th_day of __July__, 18_83_, and that their means of knowledge that said parties were husband and wife, and that the husband died on said date, are as follows: __That they have lived together for years as man and wife, raised a large family of children ???? in ??? husband & wife & ? died body of Andrew O Dea was lying at Crete July 6th, 1883.

 

                                                           (Signature of witnesses) ____A D Baush____ 

                                                                                                   __Chas Band______

     Sworn to and subscribed before me on this __1st_ day of __September__18_83_, and I certify that the affiants are reputable persons; that they know the contents of their depositions, and that their statements are entitled to full faith and credit.  I further certify that I have no interest, direct or indirect, in the above claim.

 

                                                                                 (Signature) __Geo H Hustings__

                                                                     (Official character.) _   Notary Public_____

 

 

 

 

 

1888

Widow’s Declaration for Pension or Increase of Pension

          This must be executed before a Court of Record or some Officer thereof having Custody of the Seal.

State of __Nebraska__, County of __Saline__, SS:

     ON THIS __3__ day of __September___A. D. one thousand eight hundred and eighty__8__ personally appeared before me __Eugene Telielling? _of a _Notary Public__ within and for the County and State aforesaid __Mary O'Dea__ aged __63__ years, who, being duly sworn according to law, makes the following declaration in order to obtain the Pension provided by Acts of Congress granting pension to widows:  That she is the widow of __Andrew O’Day__, who __enlisted__ under the name of _Andrew O’Day__ at ______________________, on the __17__ day of __June__ A. D. 18_61_ in __Co “H” 21st Reg. Missouri Fifty__in the war of __Rebellion__ who (State nature of wounds and all circumstances attending them, or the disease and manner in which it was incurred.  In either case showing soldier’s death to have been the sequence.)  __was wounded in the left leg in battle near Athens, Missouri and died__ on the __5__day of __July__ A. D. _1883_ who bore at the time of his death the rank of __Private__ in (“In the service aforesaid” or otherwise.) __the service aforesaid__ that she was married under the name of __Mary Mc Gowen__ to said __Andrew O’Dea__ on the __19__ day of __October__ A. D. 18_50_ by __Catholic Parish__ at ­­__Haev or riuon? New York__ there being no legal barrier to such marriage; that neither she nor her husband had been previously married (If either have been previously married, so state, and give date of death or divorce of former spouse.) __--------------__ that she has to present date remained his widow; that the following are the names and dates of birth of all his legitimate children yet surviving who were under sixteen years of age at father’s death, vis:

__________________ of soldier by ______________, born____________18___

Over written with: None under 16 years at his death

That she has not abandoned the support of any one of her children, but that they not under her care or maintenance; that she has not in any manner engaged in, or aided or abetted, the rebellion in the United States; that _no_ prior application has been filed (No if prior application filed)  ____________   that she hereby appoints, with full power of substitutions and revocation __Wm. Fitch ? ? Washington, D ? ? __her attorney.  To prosecute the above claim; that her residence is No. __------------­­__, street in __Crete, Nebraska__ and her Post Office address is __Crete__.

______Taluis? Temuty?   Nebraska____________________                her

__Christ Christians____________                                              __Mary  X O’Dea__

__John ?. Grubins___________                                                           mark

(Two witnesses who can write, sign here.)

 

 WIDOW CLAIM FOR PENNSION.

  Mary O Dea___         _, Applicant.

Widow of   Andrew_____________

______ Co.   H.   21”_______ Reg’t

___________Mo.__________ Vols.

 

Stamped: PENSION SEP – 1888 OFFICE.

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                  Filed by

           WN. FITCH & CO.,

                 Attorneys,

         515 Seventh Street

         WASHINGTON DC

---------------------------------------------------

 Printed and for sale by J. H. SOULE’, Washington, D. C.

             

Also personally appeared __Christ Christians__  residing at   Crete__Saline County, Nebraska___, and __John H. Grubbing__ residing at   Crete,_Saline County, Nebraska___,  persons whom I certify to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who, being by me duly sworn, say that they were present and saw __Mary O’Dea__, the claimant sign her name (make her mark) to the foregoing declaration:  that they have every reason to believe from the appearance of said claimant and their acquaintance with her that she is the identical person she represents herself to be; and that they have no interest in this prosecution of this claim

 

___Eugene Tilising? _______                                    __Christ Christian_________

 

________________________                                   ___John H. Grubin__________

(If Affiants sign by mark, two persons who can write sign here.)

 

     Sworn to and subscribed before me this__ 3___day of   September__, A. D. 188 8_

                   and I hereby certify that the contents of the above declaration, & were fully

                   made known and explained to the applicant and witnesses before swearing,

                   including the words   O’Day  changed to O’Dea__erased, and the words

                   ________________added; and that I have no interest, direct or indirect

                   in this prosecution of this claim.

                                                                                      

                                                                                   ___Eugene Tilising? _______

                                                                                                                                        (Official Signature)

                                                                                                                            ____Notary Public__________

                                                                                                                                         (Official Character)

 

 

WAR DEPARTMENT,

Chf   241.534________________________  ADJUTANT GENERAL’S OFFICE,

                                                                          Washington,   Oct 8_______188 8_.

           Respectfully returned to the Commissioner of Pensions.

  Andrew O’Day___, a   private__ of Company  H_,  21stRegiment   Mo Infy____ Volunteers, was enrolled on the _____ day of _____________, 186   , at ________________ and is ??? _______________________________

_____” He was placed in confinement at the military prison at Fort Pickering, Memphis Tenn. Aug 15, 1863 on the charge of “Murder”, having killed private John McIntim same company.  He was released from confinement and returned to duty fcn? S.O. N 98 Dish Weak Tenn, Apr 15”/’65.”  There is no Record of trial by Martial or order promulgating sentence.

His discharge from service is not recorded as a dishonorable one.

                                                                                                   R. C. DRUM,

                                                                                                          Adjutant General.

 

 

 

 

GENERAL AFFIDACVIT.

________

STATE OF  Nebraska___COUNTY OF    Saline____SS:

   In claim No.  380.137___ of   Mary Widow of Andrew O’Dea___ or Co  H__of the 21__ Regt. of      Mo._____Vols.  Personally appeared before the undersigned duly authorized to administer oaths within and for said County, of Saline, John H. Grebin___aged  45__years whose P. O. is   Crete___, County of   Saline____State of  Nebraska___who being duly sworn, states in relation to and claim as follows;

That he has known the deceased Andrew O’Dea formally of Co “H” of 21st Regt Mo. Vol. Infantry for two years previous of his death and that he lived next door neighbor to him for more than 4 years in West Crete, Saline County, Nebraska and that he knows the said O’Dea was drowned in the Big Blue River between the city of Crete and West Crete on the 3 day of July 1883 and affiant believes that the death of said O’Dea was caused by partial blindness of the eyes, so that he could not recognize objects at any distance and affiant further says that he knows that said Andrew O’Dea and Mary O’Dea, during his acquaintance with them always lived together as man and wife and raised to his knowledge a family of four children and affiant further says that the said Widow Mary O’Dea, is nero? vray? facble? and  living in the same house that she did with the said O’Dea and that she never married again since the death of said Andrew O’Dea.

   Affiant further states that he has no interest in this claim or its prosecution.

 

  John Harrington_______

 

  Eugene Schilling______                                              John H Grubin___________

  If affiant signs by mark two witnesses sign here.                                                                           Affiants Signature

SWORN to and subscribed before me on the   4__day of   Oct.__1889, and I hereby

               Certify that the contents of this affidavit were fully made known to the affiant

               Before signing and I have no interest in this claim or its prosecution.

                                                                                   ___Eugene Tilising? _______

                                                                                                                                        (Official Signature)

                                                                                                                            ____Notary Public__________

        

 

 


 

 

1889

State of Nebraska    |

County of Saline      |

In claim No 380.137 of Mary Widow of Andrew O’Dea of Co H of the 21 Reg. Of Mo Vol. Personally appears before the undersigned duly authorize to administer oaths within and for said County, Mary O’Dea age?       Years whose P. O. is Crete, County of Saline State of Nebraska, who being duly sworn, states in relation to said claim as follows:

That she is the Widow of said Andrew O’Dea and that they were married in town of Havana, Chemanuk? County, State of New York by Father McMannis of the Catholic Church on the 17 day of October 1850 and that since the death of the said Andrew O’Dea in the 3 day of July 1883 she has not remarried and has remained a Widow

   John H. Grubin

   Eugene Tililling                                                                          her_____________

                                                                                            Mary  X  O’Dea________

                                                                                                     mark____________

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 4 day of October 1889 and I hereby certify that the contents of the affidavit was fully made known to the affiant before signing and I have no interest in this claim or it prosecution.

 

                                                                                        Eugene Tilising?

                                                                                                                                         

                                                                                                                                          Notary Public

 


 

 

1890

This must be executed before a Court of Record or some offices there having

CUSTODY of the SEAL.

DECLARATION OF A WIDOW FOR PENSION.

UNDER ACT OF __JUNE 27, 1890____

State of   Nebraska_______, County of __Saline____________SS:

    On this   21__day of   July - _______A. D. one thousand eight hundred and ninety _______, personally appeared before me,   Geo H. Huslery?___a Notary Public____

Within and for the county and State aforesaid,     Mary O’Dea_______, aged  65_years, who, being duly sworn according to law, makes the following declaration in order to obtain the pension provided by Act of Congress of   June 27, 1890___.  That she is the widow of  Andrew O’Dea___, who was enrolled under the name of   Andrew O’Dea___ at______________________, on the   17th__day of June__A. D. 18 61_, in Company _H”_of the    21st_______Regiment of  Missouri Vols Inft.____, and was honorably discharged on or about the  16th__day of   Apr.__, 18 65_;   by reason of ex???tion of term of service. __________________.   That said soldier died of disease contracted since__his said service, on the 5th__day of    July________, A. D. 18 83_, at Crete Saline Co Nebr_that she was married under the name of   Mary Mc Gawn___to said __Andrew O’Dea___on the 17__day of__October_, 18  50_ by  Rev. Father McMannis___at  Havana  New York____there being no legal barrier to such marriage;  that neither she nor her husband had been previously married ________________________  That she has to the present date remained his widow ; that the following are the names and dates and births of all his legitimate children yet surviving who were under sixteen years of age at the father’s death, to wit :

                   HIS BY HERSELF.                                                            \                                       His by herself.

____________________, born ______18___ \  _________________, born_____18____

None written over all the lines

That she was born the  17th__ day of  April____, 18 35_, and is now   65___years of age.  That she is  now___dependent upon her own labor and earnings for her support

_____________________________________________________________________

That she has not in any manner been engaged in, or aided or abetted, the rebellion in the United States; that  a__prior application has been filed  by her, as her husband was a Pensioner at the date of his death.  Her number she does not know.  That she herby appoints, with full power of substitution and revocation,

TUCKER, EVANS & MANOGUE, of Washington, D. C.,

Her attorneys to prosecute her claim; that her residence is No._________________and that her post-office address is  Crete Saline Co. Neb._____

 

ATTEST:                                                                                           her

1  John H. Grubin__________________                    ______Mary  +  O Dea________

2  Wm Meyer_____________________                                        mark

 

 

                    WIDOW.

         CLAIM FOR PENNSION.

  Mary O’Dea___         _, Widow of

Andrew__O’Dea        ___________

Co.   H.               21”_______ Reg’t

___________Mo. Inft, *_____ Vols.

Age                     65_____________

 

Stamped: JUL 23 – 18?? OFFICE.

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                  Filed by

  TUCKER, EVANS & MANOGUE,

       ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW

        WASHINGTON DC

---------------------------------------------------

F. B. Clarkson, Printer, 1012 Penna. Ave., Washington, D. C.

 

    Also personally appeared (1)  John H Grubin____, residing at No_______ in  Crete.  Nebr_____ street, in______________________________ and (2)   Wm Meyers______, residing at No____________in______________________street,, in  Crete___Nebr_____

persons whom I certify to be respectable and entitled to credit, and who, being by me duly sworn, say that they were present and saw  Mary O’Dea____, the claimant, sign her name (make her mark) to the foregoing declaration ; that they have every reason to believe, from the appearance of said claimant and their acquaintance with her, that she is the identical person she represents herself to be ; that they believe her to be 65_year of age ; and that they have no interest in the prosecution of this claim.

 

_______________________________                               __John H Grubin_________

 

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­_______________________________                                 Wm Meyers____________

                                                                                                (Signatures of Witnesses)

 

        SWORN to and subscribed before me on the   21__day of   Jul__A. D.18 90, and I

               hereby certify that the contents of the above declaration, &c., were fully made

               known and explained to the applicant and witnesses before swearing ;

               including the words__________________________________ , erased, and

               the words_____________________________, added ; and that

               I have no interest, direct or indirect, in the prosecution of this claim.

                                                                                   ___Ge H Husemp? _______

                                                                                                                                            Signature

                                                                                                                            ____Notary Public__________

                                                                                              Official character.

Hand Written: being a Certificate on file us Pension office

 


 



 

 

1890

Minor Claim No 380137 of Andrew O’Dea Co H “21” Reg, Mo. Inf.

State of Nebraska County of Saline  ss

On this 29th day of December AD. 1890 person affirmed before me, a Notary Pubic, duly qualified & commissioned in and for Saline County, Nebraska, Mary O’Dea, widow of Andrew O’Dea and after being duly sworn deposed and said, that on the 17th day of October 1849 she was duly married to said Andrew O’Dea by Rev. Father McMannis of the Roman Catholic Church in the city of Elmira, Chemung County, in the state of New York and that she lived with the said Andrew O’Dea until his death, which occurred in the 5th day of July 1883 and she raised a family of seven children, four of which are now living and three are dead, And deposed further says that she has no marriage certificate.

Witness:                                                    her

J. J Ahiater?___________________Mary X  O’ Dea________

  Henry C Behnen?                                   Mark

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 29th day of December 1890.

                                                                                                 Eugene Schilling

                                                                                                     Notary Public___

 

 

 

 

 

 

1890 Military Census

  

 

1900 United States Federal Census - State: Nebraska, County: Saline, City: North Fork Precinct, Call Number/URL: , Enumeration District: 115, Roll: T623 939; Page: 2A, Sheet #: 2A, Enumeration Date: 5 Jun 1900, Line #: 21, Location - 1. Dwelling #: 25, 2. Family #: 25, 3. Name: O'Dea, Mary, 4. Relationship: Mother, Personal Description - 5. Color: W, 6. Sex: F, 7. Date of Birth: Mar 1834, 8. Age: 76, 9. Whether single, married, widowed, or divorced: Wd, 11. Mother of how many children: 7, 12. Number of these children living: 4, 22, Nativity Place of Birth - 13. Place of Birth: Ireland, 14. Father's place of Birth: Ireland, 15. Mother's Place of Birth: Ireland, Citizenship - 16: Year of immigration to the US: 1848, 17. Number of years in the US: 22, 18. Naturalization:__, Education - 22. Can read: Yes, 23. Can write: no, 24 Can speak English: yes

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. 1900 U.S. Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004. Original data: United States. 1900 United States Federal Census. T623, 1854 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.

 

1910 United States Federal Census - State: Nebraska, County: Red Willow, City: Red Willow Precinct, Call Number/URL: T624; Roll: 853, Image: 1282, Page: 187A, ED 189, Part: 3, Line: 4, Enumeration District: 189, Sheet #: 12 A, Enumeration Date: 26 Apr 1910, Line Number: 19, Location - 1. Dwelling #: 175, 2. Family #: 176, 3. Name: O'Dea, Mary, 4. Relationship: Mother, Personal Description - 5. Sex: F 6. Color: W, 7. Age: 87, 8. single, married, widowed, or divorced: Wd, Mother of how many children - 10. # born: 5, 11. # now living: 4, Nativity - 12. Place of Birth: Ire Irish, 13. Father's Place of Birth: Ire Irish, 14. Mother's Place of Birth: Ire Irish, 17. Able to speak English; or language spoken: English, Occupation - 18. Trade: none, Education - 23. Able to read: yes, 24. able to write: no

Household Members: Name Age: John Odea 57, Nancy L Odea 53, Susie A Odea 18, Irene A Odea 14, James W Odea 11, Harold F Odea 9, Mary Odea 87, Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Red Willow, Red Willow, Nebraska;

 

Louise: John G. and family came to Red Willow County in 1908, bought a farm north of Red Willow. His mother, Mary, moved with them and lived there until her death.

 

Dorothy: She received a pension until her death and lived with John G. and his family.

 

Below is a copy of a death record from Indianola. As you can see it is incomplete. It simply states that the burial was of a widow, but her husband's name was not recorded. Since you mentioned Catherine was not married, this is probably not a record of her burial. It does indicate that the woman was 90 years old.

 l O'Dea l Die 1. August 1915 sepelivi carpe 90 yrs l riduae O'Dea, plus 90 annos l nata. C. A. Strucjer On August 1, 1915, I buried the wife of O'Dea, age 90 years, born (no date), Signed C. A. Stricker. 

 

There are no other birth, marriage or death records of the O'Dea Family during that era.

 

 

Department of Commerce and Labor

Bureau of the Census

Standard Certificate of Death

State of Nebraska

O-300 hand written, Registered No #7240,

 

1. Pace of Death: County of Red Willow, Village of Indianola;

Full Name: Mary O'Dea;

Personal and Statistical Particulars

3. Sex: Female;

4. Color or Race: White;

5. Single, Married Widowed Divorced: Widowed;

6. Date of Birth: Don’t Know;

7. Age: 90 years; Trade: Housewife; Industry or business:______;

8. Occupation: a. Trade, profession or particular kind of work __Housewife___

9. Birthplace (State or country): County Clare, Ireland

PARENTS

10. Name of Father: John McDonald

11. Birthplace of Father: County Clair, Ireland

12. Maiden name of Mother: not known

13. Birthplace of Mother: Ireland

14. THE ABOVE IS TRUE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE

(Informant): John O Dea

(Address) Indianola, Nebr

15. Filed 7-31 191__ WH Smith Registrar;

MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF DEATH

16. Date of Death: July 30, 1915_.

17. I HEREBY CERTIFY That I attended deceased from: _______, 191__to _______. 191__, that I last saw h__ alive on _________,191__ and that death occurred on the date stated above at____m.

The CAUSE OF DEATH* was as follows: Old Age__________________________

________________(duration)______yrs_______mos________ds

Contributory________________________________

   (Secondary)

________________(duration)______yrs_______mos________ds

(Signed) No Physician   M. D.

_____________________, 191__   (Address) __________________________

19. Place of Burial or Removal: Indianola; Date of Burial: Aug 1, 191_5_;

20. Undertaker: FW Deffer Address  Indianola___

 

8-1081

 

 

PENSIONER DROPPED

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

Bureau of Pensions

 

Aug 24 1915_, 191__

Certificate No. _310,639_

Class _Act of June 27, 1890__

Pensioner _Mary O' Dea_

Soldier _Andrew__

Service _H 21 Mo.__

The Commissioner of Pension.

Sir:

I have the honor to report that the name of the above-described pensioner who was last paid at $ _12_, to _July 4_, 1915_ had this day been dropped from the roll because of __death July 30/15___

__________________________

__Indianola Neb._____________

__________________________

Very respectfully,

__ Wr??? Hull__

          Chief, Finance Division.

NOTE.-Every name dropped to be thus reported at once, and when cause of dropping is death, state date of death when known.

PLATE DESTROYED

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source Citations
1. Family Histories - Dorothy E. Turner Cole, Recorded 1 Apr 1984
11. Submitted by: Lois.
14. Compiler: John Henry Watson. .... Dorothy E. Turner Cole, 1820, John's Marriage license has her name as Mary McDanel (rest is cut off) John told Dorothy name was McCure. .... Compiler: Lucille (Hand written notes) on John G. page Mary (McCane) (McCuin) (McDaneli?. .... Paul F., O'Dea McGowen, MCGOWEN. .... (Obtained through Vital statistics section, NE Health and Human Services, PO Box 95065, Lincoln, NE 689509-5065 Location: Lois), Mary McGraw.
15. Compiler: John Henry Watson. .... Compiler: Lucille. .... Paul F., O'Dea McGowen, by Rev Father Mc Mannis.
16. Dorothy E. Turner Cole, pt 1 abt 1820 pt 2 appox 1823. .... Paul F., O'Dea McGowen.
17. Dorothy E. Turner Cole. .... Paul F., O'Dea McGowen.
18. Mildred Colling Stratman (Susan sent me a container of information that her mother had collected. Aunt Marge brought it to me.)
19. Paul F., O'Dea McGowen. .... Dorothy E. Turner Cole.
20. Compiler: Lucille (Hand written notes). .... Dorothy E. Turner Cole, part 2. .... Paul F., O'Dea McGowen. .... (before 7 Dec 1990), pg. 53. .... Mary O'Dea Death Certificate
21. 50 Year History of Louis & Susie Colling 1915 - 1965, Compiled by Ceil & Mildred in 1965 (Copy with Lois). Lucille (Hand written notes), year only.
22. Mary O'Dea Death Certificate (Obtained from: State of Nebraska, Department of Commerce and Labor -- Bureau of the Census, Standard Certificate of Death, O-300, reg #7240, Location: Lois).
23. Family Group Records - Compiler: Lucille Colling
24. Twelfth Census of the United States, Schedule No. 1 - Population
26. (before 7 Dec 1990), year only. .... Compiler: Lucille Colling. .... Paul F., O'Dea McGowen.
27. Dorothy E. Turner Cole, pt 2.