Posted By:M. Knight
Subject:Re: Dailey - 1870 Lookup Request
Post Date:June 15, 2003 at 13:47:00
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Forum:Fremont County, IA Genealogy Forum
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In the History of Fremont County, IA, there is a short bio for Mrs. Mary DAILY of Fremont Co.:
Page 618 - Mrs. Mary Daily, farmer, section 33, P.O. Percival; daughter of Henry and A. O'Neal, who were natives of Ireland, where Mrs. Daily was born in 1840. She was eight years of age when her parents emigrated to America and located in Jeffersonville, Indiana. In 1853 she came to Iowa and lived in Muscatine. There she married to Findley DAILY and soon afterwards came to Fremont County. Mr. Daily was a native of Cork, Ireland, where he lived until coming to America. Mrs. Daily is the mother of nine children, eight of whom are living: Henry, William, James, Ellen, Mary A., Daniel, Annie and John. Mr. Daily died September 2, 1880, at his home from typhoid fever. He was a good citizen and bore the respect of all who knew him. Mrs. Daily is a conscientious member of the Catholic Church. (end)

The 1870 census for Fremont Co.:
Hamburg, IA
Daily, Abner, 45, b. IL, brick maker
Daily, Clara, wife, 35, b. IN
Daily, John M., 11, b. IN
Daily, Charley, 8, b. IN
Daily, William, 5, b. IA
Daily, George, 5, b. IA
Daily, Fanny, 3, b. IA

1870 census, Fremont Co., Franklin Twp:
Dailey, John, 34, b. IN, farmer
Dailey, Margaret, 33, b. TN
Dailey, Frances, 10, female, b. Kansas
Dailey, Abner, 5, b. IA