|Birth: ||Mar. 17, 1833|
County Waterford, Ireland
|Death: ||Jan. 11, 1908|
Chatsworth Plaindealer |17 Jan 1908
An early resident of Chatsworth died at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar E. Braddock, in the city of Watseks, on Saturday, January 11, aged 72 years, 10 months and 4 days.
Deceased was born in County Waterford, Ireland, March 17, 1835. In 1853, at the age of 18 years, he came to this country, landing in the city of New York. Two years after his arrival, in June, 1855, he was married to Ellen Croty. the result of this union was five sons and two daughter. Mrs. Nagle died in April, 1885. The surviving children are: Thomas of Levenworth, Kan.; Mrs. O.E. Braddock, of Watseka; Mrs. E.A. Knight and John of Roberts; William of Hope, North Dakota, and Richard of Artesian, South Dakota. The couple came to this vicinity in the early sixties, where Mr. Nagle was employed for years as section foreman on the T.P.&W. railroad.
The remains were brought here on the 1:04 T.P.&W. train on Monday and taken to the home of Maurice Kane, on South Second Street. The funeral service was held from SS. Peter and Paul's church on Tuesday morning and the remains laid to rest by the side of his wife in St. Patrick's cemetery.
Note: Name spelled Nagle in this obituary.
Ellen Crotty Nagle (1834 - 1885)
Ella Etta Neagle Knight (1865 - 1941)*
William Francis Neagle (1870 - 1925)*
Richard John Neagle (1871 - 1914)*
Note: Obituary notes he was buried here with his wife, but the white tier headstone is hard to read.
Saint Patricks Cemetery
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Record added: Jan 24, 2011
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