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Patrick RILEY

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  • Name Patrick RILEY  [1
    Born Cir. 1856  , , Ohio, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • SOURCE: 1860 Indiana Census, Allen County, Aboit Township
    Birth Cir. 1856  , , Indiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • SOURCE: 1870 Indiana Census, Roanoke, Huntington County, Indiana
    Burial In the 1970 census for Roanoke, Huntington County, Indiana a Patrick Riley appears as a 14 year old child attending school living with William Walton, a boot and shoe maker. Also living with Walton are his wife Margaret J, age 39, and son William age 6 and daughter Elizabeth, age 6/12. Others living with them are two 22 year old women listed as domestic servants and one unrelated 8 year old attending school, and four shoemakers or apprentice shoemakers.
    William Walton appears to have died 7 Sep 1891 in Huntington County, Indiana. Birth abt 1821

    Property owned by Catharine and Andrew Riley in Roanoke, Huntington County, Indiana is documented through deed--a copy of which is on Ronsgen.com. Time period is contemporary. Catharine Riley is believed to have died about 1864-1866. Patrick was likely taken in by Walton based upon some relationship.

    Walton's wife, Margaret J. Walton, is listed as age 39--making her birth date about 1831,
    For research purposes, Patrick Riley likely may have grown up in Huntington County, Indiana and became a shoemaker. Since prior research yielded no results, this should be followed through with more review.
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    A Patrick Reilly is buried in the Dayton National Cemetery, Montgomery County, Ohio.
    He was buried on 22 March 1877
    Resident of Liberty, Union County (adjacent to Fayette Co.), Indiana
    Plit F 9 12
    No evidence that this is the correct Patrick. But, a possibility
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    Notes 
    • Per relative (Bill Haskett)--one descendant of Patrick submitted an inquiry to Mormon library about 1978, but he was never able to get in touch with him.
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      1960 Census for Aboite, Allen County, Indiana lists Patrick living with mother, brother William and brother Thomas. States Patrick is 4 years of age, making his birth about 1856.
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    Person ID I372  Ronald Allen Snowden Family Tree
    Last Modified 21 Abr 2013 

    Father Andrew RILEY (REILLY),   b. Cir. 1815, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Cir. 1858  (Age ~ 43 ) 
    Mother Catharine HOOVER,   b. Cir. 1819, , , Indiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Ant. Abr 1866  (Age ~ 47 ) 
    Married 28 Ago 1844  , Fayette County, Indiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    • Source: Marriages, 1831-1870, Fayette County, Indiana records, Book E, OS Page 157
      Part I, Grooms, Part II, Brides.
      Compiled by Ruth M. Sie
      Book E, Page 157
    _UID E912AB18DDD44B609BCA449EDFA11A4F4AE4 
    Documentos
    Deed of Conveyance
Andrew and Catharine Reilly
Issued in 1855--Allen County property
    Deed of Conveyance Andrew and Catharine Reilly Issued in 1855--Allen County property
    Deed of Conveyance--November 31, 1855\
    Andrew Reilly and Catharine Reilly to George W. Chapman

    Catharine Riley and Andrew Riley her husband of Huntington County, in the state of Indiana Conveys and Warrants to George W. Chapman of Huntington County in the state of Indiana for the sum of fifteen hundred dollars the following Real Estate in Allen County in the state of Indiana to wit. a part of the section of land granted by the United States to Ann Hackley by Treaty with the Miami Nation of Indians AD 1826 and designated as follows. Beginning at the North corner of a tract of land owned by John (Yesks ?) in 1854 in said records in Said County of Allen running thence South Sixty five degrees and fifteen minutes East nineteen chains & twenty three links to the centre of the State road leading from Fort Wayne to (Seo ?) thence on the line of Said Road north forty Two degrees and forty five minutes East Twenty Two chains and fifty Eight Links to the corner thence north thirty seven degrees thirty minutes West thirty five chains and eight links to a corner on the land of the Saint Joseph River thence down the banks of said River by the meanderings of the River to a point opposite the place of beginning thence south sixty five degrees fifteen inutes East to the exact place of beginning Conlaining one hundred and Ten Acres of land more or less. In testimony whench the said Catharine Reilly and Andrew Reilly have hereunto set their hand and seals this 21st day of November 1855.

    Catharine X Reilly (Seal)
    (her mark)
    Andrew Reilly (Seal)


    State of Indiana )
    Huntington County)

    Before me Sarah J. Ginn an acting Justice of the Peace in and for said County this 20th day of November 1855 Catharine Reilly and Andrew Reilly her husband acknowledge the execution of the annexed Deed witness my hand and nub.
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    Sarah S. Ginn
    Justice of the Peace
    (Seal)
    Satellite image of Roanoke, Huntington County, Indiana
    Satellite image of Roanoke, Huntington County, Indiana
    This map shows a current view of the property purchased by Catharine and described in the Roanoke Deed.
    Sandy Township Plat Map
Sandy Township, Stark County, Ohio in 1930
    Sandy Township Plat Map Sandy Township, Stark County, Ohio in 1930
    Deed of Conveyance:  
  Lot 18, Town of Magnolia, Stark County, Ohio
  3 December 1849
    Deed of Conveyance: Lot 18, Town of Magnolia, Stark County, Ohio 3 December 1849
    To all to whom their presents shall come, greeting: Know y that I William Harkness of Carroll County, Ohio for the consideration of four hundred dollars, received to my full satisfaction of Andrew Reiley, of Stark County, do give, grant, bargain, sell and confirm unto him the said Andrew Reiley and to his heirs one lot of ground in the town of Magnolia in Stark County aforesaid which said lot is distinguished on the maps of said town, as recorded in the Recorder's Office for said County, by the number eighteen with the ~~~~~ \
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    To have and to hold the said lot of ground with the privileges and appurtenances , to him the said Andrew Reiley, his heirs and assigns forever to him and their own, proper use and ( ). And also him the said William Harness, does for himself heirs, Executors and administrators, covenants with the said Andrew Reiley, his heirs and assigns that at, and until the unsealing of these presents, was well ( ) of the premises, as a good and indefensible estate in fee simple, and have good right to bargain and sell the same in manner an form as is above written and that the same is free of all incumbrances whatsoever. And furthermore, he the s aid William Harkness, do by these presents find himself and his heirs forever to warrant and defend the above bargainee and grantee premises to him the said Andrew Reiley his heirs and assigns, against all claims and demands whatsoever. In witness where of I hereunto set my hand and seals the twenty fourth day of May Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and forty nine.
    Signed, sealed and delivered
    Witness
    ( ) Jas. M Lang
    A. Hamilton William Harkness, (seal)

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    State of Ohio
    Stark County Before me a Justice of the peace in and for the County aforesaid personally comes William Harkness, and acknowledges the above deed of conveyance to be his voluntary act and deed. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 24th day of May one thousand eight hundred and forty nine..
    This Dec 3, 1849, and recorded the b.
    Andrew Hamilton (seal)
    George H___kd Recorder (_______ _________)
    Family ID F10  Group Sheet

  • Documentos
    1870 Federal Census, Aboite Township, Allen County, Indiana
    1870 Federal Census, Aboite Township, Allen County, Indiana
    Census shows Patrick and wife Margaret, living with a family and performing farming services for them.

    Historias
    Civil War Service Record of Company D, 90th Regiment, Fifth Cavalry, Indiana Volunteers
    Civil War Service Record of Company D, 90th Regiment, Fifth Cavalry, Indiana Volunteers
    Service record shows the action Company D saw during the Civil Ward. Thomas George and his brother Patrick both enlisted together, with Thomas surviving the action but Patrick was killed near Knoxville, Tennessee.

  • Sources 
    1. [S151] 1860 Federal Census, Aboite Township, Allen County, Indiana--Ft. Wayne post office.

    2. [S89] Indiana Marriages, 1800-1941, Indiana, WPA.