McCole in Chilton, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa

May 14, 2010

St. Augustine’s Cenetery, Chilton, Wisconsin

John McCole (sometimes McCoale), son of William and Catherine Lyons McCole of Ballykilduff, near Glenties/Ardara, Co. Donegal, Ireland, arrived in the United States in 1868 and headed to Chilton to the farm of his uncle, Patrick McCole. He became a merchant, keeping a general store in Chilton for most of his life. He married Mary (Minnie) Harlow at St. Augustine’s Church on October 7, 1872. They had six children, Hugh the only one to remain, unmarried, in Chilton. Their only daughter, Kathleen, became Sr. Lucille Marie of the Sisters of Providence of Terre Haute, Indiana. Of their other sons, John (Jack) and Francis (Frank), married Mary Elizabeth Casey and Sarah Casey, respectively, and lived in Mason City, Iowa; James William and Patrick Bernard married Katherine P. Curran and Margaret Moriarty, respectively, and lived in Chicago.

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4 Responses to “McCole in Chilton, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa”

  1. Bret Says:

    Where is Patrick McCole buried?

    • moore123 Says:

      Patrick McCole (who came from Ireland about 1826) is buried in St. Augustine Cemetery, Chilton, WI. His son, Patrick, is buried there as well.

  2. L. Says:

    Do you know anything about Jack’s second wife?

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