|Birth: ||May 30, 1863|
|Death: ||Aug. 4, 1921|
Edward Dwyer was a Judge of the 37th district court, out of respect eight years later upon hearing the news of his passing the 45th district court was adjourned that afternoon by Judge Walling.
He was a descendant of a pioneer San Antonio family that had been active in public affairs for several generations. He was the son of Joseph Dwyer, and his grandfather, Edward Dwyer was the Mayor of San Antonio from 1844-1846.
He was survived by his widow, Mary L. Dwyer; his mother Anna M. Dwyer; and by three sons. Assistant District Attorney Edward Dwyer Jr., Joseph Edward Dwyer and A. Dalcour Dwyer. He was also survived by four brothers, Patrick Anthony Dwyer, Samuel Joseph Dwyer, Joseph Edward Dwyer, and James Magoffin Dwyer, city auditor. He left two sisters, Gertrude Josephine Leighton and Annette Marie Schmitt.
He was prominent in fraternal circles, being members of the Knights of Columbus and the Woodmen of the World. Console Commander Arthur Beck of San Antonio camp No. 259, W.O.W notified all members to attend the funeral services that Friday afternoon at the San Fernando Cathedral.
Joseph Edward Dwyer (1841 - 1884)
Annette Magoffin Dwyer (1838 - 1926)
Marie L Dalcour Dwyer (1864 - 1948)*
Joseph Edward Dwyer (1886 - 1953)*
Edward Dwyer (1888 - 1948)*
Augustian Dalcour Dwyer (1890 - 1967)*
John Claudias Dwyer (1892 - 1894)*
Edward Dwyer (1863 - 1921)
Joseph E Dwyer (1866 - 1940)*
Annette Marie Dwyer Schmitt (1871 - 1942)*
Samuel Joseph Dwyer (1871 - 1951)*
James Magoffin Dwyer (1873 - 1953)*
Pat A. Dwyer (1874 - 1951)**
Gertrude Josephine Dwyer Leighton (1880 - 1954)*
San Fernando Cemetery #1
Created by: Melissa Cassidy-Dwyer
Record added: Apr 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50701196