|Birth: ||Apr., 1865, Ireland|
|Death: ||Feb. 12, 1935|
AUSTIN, ANNA LOFTUS
Date of Death: 12 FEB 1935
County of Death: HENNEPIN
Mr. Thos. Loftus, foreman of the switching crew in the yards here, and Mrs. T. McGinnis were married in the Catholic church in this place Tuesday morning, Rev. F. Zumbusch performing the ceremony. Both are well known and highly respected citizens of this place, and their many other friends will unite with the World in wishing them long life and happiness. They are both well worthy of them. Among the Brainerd Citizens to attend the wedding were Thomas, Mike and Sadie Reilly, father, brother and sister of the bride, and Miss Kate
22 February 1895, p. 4, c. 5)
[Contributed by A. Nelson]
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Name: Anna Loftus Austin
Death Date: 12 Feb 1935
Birth Date: 1866
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: John C. Austin
Father's Name: Timothy O'Reilly
Married Thomas L. McGinnis on November 10, 1886 in Brainerd, Crow Wing County,
Married Daniel Thomas Loftus on February 19, 1895 in Staples, Todd County,
Married John C. Austin sometime after 1910, date and place unknown.
See Rose Anne Willis Quinn.
See Dr. Werner Hemstead.
See Margaret Johnson Hemstead.
MCGINNIS-REILLY—At St. Francis church in this city, Wednesday, Nov. 10, 1886, Mr. T. L. McGinnis and Miss Annie Reilly, by the Rev. Father Watry at 9 a. m.
The parties to the above contract are well known in Brainerd the bride being the daughter of T. M. Reilly, of East Brainerd, and the groom a trusted employee of the N. P. Co. On the evening of the 10th a select company assembled at Mr. Reilly's residence for congratulations and a very pleasant evening was enjoyed; dancing and other amusements being indulged in. A sumptuous repast was served and the couple left on the night train for a short wedding tour. The following elegant list of presents was received:
Thomas Reilly, brother of the bride, $100.
Pat. Reilly, brother of the bride, $50.
Mike Reilly, brother of the bride, $50.
The father and mother of the bride, elegant hanging lamp.
From groom to bride, a bed room set.
P. Murphy and sister, silver tea set.
J.F. McGinnis, a silver caster.
Mrs. P. Hefferon, silver butter dish.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Percy, silver napkin rings.
Mr. and Mrs. John Quinlan, silver cake basket.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Corcoran, silver and cut glass celery dish.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Meekins, silver and cut glass pickle caster.
Mr. and Mrs. George Forsyth [sic], silver and gold lined napkin rings.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cullen, a clock.
Mr. James Smith, silver and cut glass card receiver and bouquet holder.
Mrs. G.F. Samples, of Caledonia, silver napkin rings.
Mr. Thomas Willis, silver, gold lined card receiver.
Mr. Gavin, a silver individual caster.
Charles Fritz, silver card receiver.
W.T. Lowery, silver individual caster.
Geo. Gavin, silver napkin ring.
T.J. Reilly, silver butter dish and knife.
Misses Mary and Maggie Meekins, silver and cut glass pepper caster.
D.M. Clark, silver and granite teapot.
Koop Bros., a fine non-explosive lamp.
John Cullen, six silver knives and forks.
Geo. Watts and sister, half dozen silver tea spoons.
Mr. and Mrs. John McGivern, a china set.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Wilson, half dozen silver tea spoons.
Miss Mary Prendergast, silver perfume case.
Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald, half dozen silver tea spoons and pair of vases.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Breheny, a very handsome ribbon worked sofa pillow.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Scobie, a dressing case.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Stein, a lemonade set.
Mr. and Mrs. S.P. Fleming, a nice plush ottoman.
Cohen Bros., three finger bowls and cups and saucers.
Miss Katie, Lizzie, and Mary Minogue, two china bread and milk sets.
Mr. and Mrs. and Mary, Sarah and Joe Canan, a very handsome easy chair.
Mrs. C. Grandelmyer [sic], an elegant hand painted chromo.
Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Patek, a center table.
Caffery Bros., a very nice paper rack.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Theviot, a pair of lace pillow shams.
Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig, a dozen very fine linen napkins.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes, lace pillow sham and spread.
Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Hagerty, two handsome Turkish towels.
Miss Eleanor Badeaux, pepper and salt case.
Misses Annie and Emily Murphy, dozen goblets.
Miss Mamie McCarthy, pair of very fine linen towels.
Mr. and Mrs. S.W. Quinn, toilet set.
Hawkins Bros. and sister, a nice plush folding mirror.
Miss Ella Prendergast, set of finger bowls.
Miss Lizzie and Joe Early, a dressing case.
Miss Nellie Nelson, pair of Turkish towels.
Miss Nellie Greene, nut cracker and pick.
Mrs. D.S. Forgey, dress pattern and a pair of mitts and ruching.
Miss Mary Horihan, Marseilles bed spread.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nelson, granite bed room set.
Miss Annie McCarthy, hand painted chromo.
Miss Annie Prendergast, a toilet set.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Schultz, a white linen table cloth.
Mrs. W.H. Titus, a pair of linen towels and pin.
M.J. Reilly, very handsome hand painted chromo.
Miss Mary Nicholson, hat rack and mirror.
Mrs. James Cullen, a pair of fine linen towels.
Messrs. Geo. and James Morton and Miss Florence Foster, Marseilles bed spread.
Mrs. B. Vetsch, pair of Turkish towels.
Miss Libbie Hefferon, fruit dish.
Mrs. James Parker, pair of linen towels.
Mrs. J.A. Morton, pair of child's mitts.
Miss Carrie Morrison, china candle stick.
J.J. Kennedy, an oil painting.
Henry Ludwig, set of kitchen utensils.
Andrew Wallace, wash tub, wash board and scrubbing brush.
James Cullen, saw-buck and saw.
(Brainerd Dispatch, 12 November 1886, p. 4, c. 5) [Contributed by A. Nelson]
Timothy M. Reilly (1831 - 1910)
Sarah Connor Reilly (1844 - 1903)
Thomas L. McGinnis (1861 - 1893)
Daniel Thomas Loftus (1865 - 1906)
John Cook Austin (1865 - 1963)
Gracie A. McGinnis (1889 - 1889)*
George T. McGinnis (1890 - 1894)*
Thomas W. Reilly (1860 - 1928)*
Michael J. Reilly (1862 - 1952)*
Anna Reilly Loftus (1865 - 1935)
Sarah Reilly Dunn (1872 - 1932)*
William C. Reilly (1876 - 1945)*
Mame F. Reilly O'Brien (1879 - 1959)*
Dell Reilly Bachelder (1881 - 1971)*
Helen E. Reilly Lowey (1884 - 1968)*
Saint Felix Cemetery
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