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Marriage: Children:
  1. Ellen Christine McEniry: Birth: 12 Feb 1886 in Greene, Butler County, IA. Death: 12 Mar 1969 in Chicago, Cook County, IL

  2. Daniel M. McEniry: Birth: 25 Sep 1887 in Iowa. Death: Mar 1982

  3. Mathew Leo McEniry: Birth: Cir 1889 in Iowa. Death: After 1962

  4. Margaret McEniry: Birth: 1889. Death: 1974

  5. Harold McEniry: Birth: 18 Aug 1892. Death: 10 Feb 1893

  6. Charles T. McEniry: Birth: Cir 1897 in Iowa.

  7. Grace McEniry: Birth: 1898. Death: 1971

a. Note:   NI15622
Note:   Obit. Mrs. M. McEniry Laid To Rest Here Friday Was Long Time Resident of This Community. Died At the Family Home on Des Moines Wednesday - Burial in St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends in Greene had known of Mrs. M. McEniry's long illness, but when word came on Wednesday that she had passed away, it brought regret and sorrow to all. Deceased was a resident of Greene for more than thirty-five years. Her children received their high school education here, and even though they have all been away for a number of years, yet they look to Greene as their home and come back often for brief visits. Mrs. Mary McEniry, wife of the late Michael McEniry, died at her home in Des Moines, Iowa, June 3, 1936. Mary Maher was born in Ireland, on March 7, 1859, and came to America at the age of three years. She taught school in Cerro Gordo county and was the first teacher at Corwith, Iowa. On April 7, 1885, she was united in marriage with Michael McEniry of Greene, who preceded her in death December 15, 1918. In 1921 she moved to Des Moines. The funeral services were held at St. John's church in Des Moines, her nephew, Father John McEniry of Davenport, celebrating the Mass. The sermon was preached by Father Dougherty of Waterloo. Surviving are three sons, Dan of Des Moines, Leo of Albert Lee, Minn., and Captain Charles of Chamberlain, S.D., and three daughters, Mrs. A.J. Ramker of Chicago, and Marageret and Grace, teachers in the Lincoln and East High schools of Des Moines. There are two brothers, Dan and Tim Maher of St. Paul, Minn., and two sisters, Sara of Des Moines, and Kate Maher of St. Paul. She also left five grandchildren, Mary, Eleanor and Daniel Ramker of Chicago, and John and Margaret McEniry, Albert Lea, Minnesota. The funeral party arrived in Greene, June 5, at 2 p.m. and interment was in St. Mary's cemetery. Those in the funeral party were six children, two brothers and one sister, and the following relatives: Wm. McEniry and three children of Melrose, Iowa; Mrs. D. Maher and Mrs. T. Maher and daughter of St. Paul; Mrs. W. Maher of Rock Falls; Arthur J. Ramker and son, Daniel of Chicago; Mrs. M. L. McEniry and Margaret of Albert Lea. Others here were Father Dougherty of Waterloo, Miss Kate Munkolb of Iowa City; the Beecher family and Dan and Miss kate Dougherty of Dougherty, and the Maguire family of Dumont. (The Iowa Recorder, Greene, IA, 10 Jun 1936)
b. Note:   HI15622
Note:   (Research):US Census 1930, Iowa, Polk, Des Moines, ED#18, page 10B is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.