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Mary Day Kane 1830-1913

KANE, DAY, NOLAN, ONEIL

Posted By: Mary Sicard (email)
Date: 11/28/2013 at 09:46:26

Mrs. Dan Kane Dead
Mrs. Dan Kane, one of the old residents of this place, died at that home of her son, William, at Estherville Monday. The funeral will be held at that place today. For many years Mrs. Kane had been in poor health, enfeebled by age. She made her home here with her daughter, Mrs. M. N. Nolan, from the time of her husband's death about twelve years ago until the daughter moved to Canada a year or so ago. Mrs. Kane will be well remembered by the old settlers who knew her well during the active years of her life. For many years the Kane family resided on a farm on the bank of the river a short distance west of town. The deceased was a good, true woman, a thorough Christian and a devout member of the Catholic church. She leaves two sons, William Kane of Estherville and Michael Kane of Ft. Dodge and three daughters, Mrs. Hugh O'Neil who resides in Nebraska, Mrs. Mike Nolan who resides in Canada and one other daughter whose given name was Lucy. The Tribune extends sympathy to these surviving relatives. (Palo Alto Tribune, Emmetsburg, IA, April 16, 1913)

Death of Mrs. Mary Kane
Mrs. Mary Kane died at the home of her son, Wm. T. Kane, on south Seventh street, Monday [April 14, 1913] morning of last week, aged 86 years. She was a native of Ireland but had been a resident of this country since early womanhood.

Mrs. Kane came to Iowa in 1864, residing at Emmetsburg, Palo Alto county until about a years ago, when she removed to this city, making her home with her son. She leaves a family of four children, Wm. T., of this city; Mrs. Hugh O'Neil, of St. Louis, Mrs. M. N. Nolan, of Canada; and Michael of Fort Dodge.

Funeral services were conducted Wednesday morning at 9:00 o'clock from the Catholic church, of which she was a devout member, and interment occurred in the Catholic cemetery. (Estherville Democrat, Estherville, IA, April 22, 1913)


 

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