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Thomas Algeo
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Birth: 1833, Ireland
Death: 1915, USA

Thomas Algeo arrived at Castle Island aboard the immigrant ship 'Webster' on May 19, 1856, from Ireland by way of Liverpool - one of 5 brothers according to living family. His parents were Alexander Algeo (1797-1878) & Fanny Roulston of Calhame, Strabane, County Tyrone, Ireland.

He married Fanny J. McKinley on Feb 29th, 1860 in the Charles Street United Presbyterian Church, NY, NY. They had a son, John Fenwick Algeo, in 1862. Fanny died before the end of the Civil War and is interred in Brooklyn NY.

Thomas' Civil War record, if any, is unknown.

Thomas next appears in the 1880 Census as a grocer living in Franklin, Venango Co, PA, aged 46, with his son John F, now aged 18, his (2nd?) wife Elizabeth (also a McKinley, and who could be Fanny's sister) of Ireland, aged 40, and their son Thomas, aged 11, daughter Maggie, aged 9, daughter Adelaide, aged 7, & Tom's elder brother, John, aged 62, also from Ireland.

John F later married Jennie Kirk in Inez KY and the couple emigrated to Bartlesville OK. An account by living family reports Thomas living with John & Jennie in Bartlesville in 1910.

Date of death and site of interrment are questionable, and could be Venango Co PA, or Washington Co OK.

Family links: 
  Fanny Jane McKinley Algeo (1842 - 1864)
  Elizabeth McKinley Algeo (1840 - 1908)*
  John Fenwick Algeo (1861 - 1922)*
*Calculated relationship
Non-Cemetery Burial
Created by: chris allsman
Record added: Dec 03, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 101655688

Thomas Algeo is the brother of my great -great grandfather, James Algeo. James' son Thomas (my great-grandfather) was probably named after him. My information is that he was born in 1833 and died in 1915, and is buried in Franklin. My tree is public o...(Read more)
- AlgeoFamilyResearcher
 Added: Dec. 6, 2012
For my great-great-great-granddad, with gratitude for his travails and efforts. Rest in Peace, Thomas.
- chris allsman
 Added: Dec. 3, 2012

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