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Marriage: Children:
  1. John Arthur Moran: Birth: MAR 1883 in Wisconsin. Death: 3 MAR 1957 in Graff Nursing Home, Menomonie, Dunn County, Wisconsin

  2. Anna Moran: Birth: FEB 1885. Death: BEF. 1957

  3. Margaret Moran: Birth: JAN 1887. Death: 1922

  4. James E. Moran: Birth: NOV 1888. Death: 1958

  5. William T. Moran: Birth: FEB 1891. Death: 1950

  6. Mary Elizabeth Moran: Birth: DEC 1892.

  7. Alfin Patrick Moran: Birth: FEB 1895. Death: 1931


Notes
a. Note:   The 1870 Census lists Thomas Moran as born in Ohio. The 1880 Census lists Thomas Moran as born in Ireland. The 1900 Census lists Thomas Moran as born in Ireland. Courier Wedge, June 24, 1937 (Front Page) "Pioneer Farmer Dies, Had Been a Resident Of Durand For 77 Yrs. Thomas Moran. 86. Fails to Recover from Heart Ailment. __________________ Funeral services were conducted this morning at 9 a. m. for Thomas Moran, 86, pioneer farmer, at St. Mary's church, the Rev. H. J. Artman officiating. Burial was made in the church cemetery, beside his wife. Mr. Moran, resident of this community for 77 years, died Monday at 3:30 p. m. at the General hospital of heart trouble. He had been in failing health for two years, and had been at the hospital four days. He was the son of John and Margaret (Skall) Moran, and was born in Tune, Ireland, February 1, 1851. While he was an infant, his parents came to America, settling first in Ohio, then going to Madison, At the age of nine years Thomas came to live near Durand on a farm in the town of Canton, Buffalo county, eight miles east of here, where he has since lived. He married Mary Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kelly, pioneers of this community, in 1882. Mrs. Moran died November 11, 1931. Seven children were born, four sons and three daughters. John, James and William are living on the home place and one son is dead. Mary, at home, and Mrs Harry DeLong (Ann) of Minneapolis, are the other survivors. One daughter is dead. Mr. Moran, a prosperous farmer, held the office of school clerk for 20 years in the Walker Corner school district. He was a member of St. Mary's church and of the Catholic Knights lodge for 38 years. The lodge members attended the funeral in a body. Note: I believe Tune, Ireland is really Tuam, Ireland. WFS, September 17, 2002 Thomas J and Mary Moran are buried in the lower level, right side about 3/4 of the way back in St. Mary's Cemetery, Durand, Wisconinsin. They have a large monument with the inscription, "NOT MY WILL, BUT THINE, BE DONE. They and four of their children surrond the monument. WFSweeney, Sept 19, 2003. Thomas Moran Probate Last Will and Testament dated July 36, 1922, Dated Nov 7, 1925 Summary by WFS, 9/19/2002 1. All just debt, funeral expenses & administration be paid out of my estate. 2. Bequeath to my wife, Mary Moran full use and occupation of the real estate, all net income and earnings of my estate for the rest of her life. 3. Give and bequeath my daughter Anna DeLong, $1000.00, paid within one year after my wife, Mary's death. 4. Give and bequeath my son James Moran, $1000.00, paid within one year after my wife, Mary's death. 5. Give and bequeath my son William Moran, $1000.00 paid within one year after my wife, Mary's death. 6. Give and bequeath my daughter Mary Moran, $2500.00 paid within one year after my wife, Mary's death. 7. Give and bequeath my son Patrick Moran, $1,000.00 paid within one year after my wife, Mary's death. 8. Give and bequeath my granddaughter, Mary Elizabeth Warner, child of my deceased daughter, Margaret Warner $500.00 within one year after the death of my wife, Mary's death. 9. give the rest of my estate to my son John Moran, and he is charged with the duty to pay the above mentioned legacies out of my said estate and they are lien upon my property until they are paid. 10. I wish and direct my son John Moran to remain upon the farm and work the farm with my Wife, Mary Moran, giving my wife the income after he has received his share for working and managing the farm. 11. If my granddaughter Mary Elizabeth Warner is adopted by any of the family, my daughter, Mary Moran, use $1000.00 for the education, support and maintenance of my granddaughter. 12. I appoint my son, John Moran executor of my last will and testament without bonds. July 26, 1922 signed Thos Moran (SEA) wittnessed S G Gilman G. L. Broadfoot Codicil to Last Will and Testament 1. Reduce Daughter Mary Moran's bequeath to $1500.00. 2. The reduced $1000.00 to be become a part of my estate and be part of the residue mentioned in the will. 3. Except for the above I re-affirm alll provisions of my will. signed sealed and wittnessed the same as the above on November 7, 1925 A.D. Petition for Probate of Will of Thomas Moran, July 14, 1937 Thomas Moran died at Durand, Pepin County, Wisconsin on June 21, 1937. John Moran is the executor. Personal Property does not exceed $2000.00 and real estate probable value is $10,000.00 with annual income not to exceed $500.00 and left debts of about $500.00. The heirs and their residences are: Anna DeLong Daughter 3435 38th Ave. So. Minneapolis, Minn. James Moran Son Mondovi, Wisconsin William Moran Son Mondovi, Wisconsin Mary Moran Da;ughter Mondovi, Wisconsin Mary Elizabeth Warner Grand-dughter Prairie Farm, Wisconsin Age: 15 Petitioner signed Mary Moran Subscribed and sworn before me July 14, 1937 G. L. Broadfoot Notary Public, Buffalo County, Wisconsin Order Determining Inheritance Tax Will of Thomas Moran Feb 2, 1938 Mary Moran Daughter $2900.00 Anna DeLong Daughter $1000.00 James Moran Son $1000.00 William Moran Son $1000.00 Mary Elizabeth Warner Granddaughter $ 5.00 John Moran Son $5980.85 Total $11885.85 Judge: G. L. Pattison Subscrbed and Sworn: G. L. Broadfoot, Notary Public, Wisconsin


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